Friday, January 27, 2012

CVC Practice

I got these adorable cvc practice cards from a fellow teacher (she found them online for free at teacher's pay teacher's-- I'm not sure who made them, so I can't give credit...).  So of course, I immediately printed them and started to use them during my reading rotations!!! 

The teacher who made them got the adorable clip art from DJ inkers.  I know this because I buy their clip art very often...  it's more like an addiction.  But, I'm not in denial!

I also made a recording sheet for my kids to write their answers down for me to assess ( even when I'm not sitting with them).  The recording sheet is called, "Sound it out!".  I numbered all the cards and made myself an answer sheet.   That way I can make sure they sounded the word out correctly!  First they pick a card.  Then, write the # of the card in the small box &  build the word with letter tiles.  Finally, they write the word on the line.  My kids loved it!

Here is my recording sheet if you'd like it!


  1. Yeah! I'm your first follower! My sister and I also started a blog, although it's not totally a teaching blog: I will definitely be keeping up with you though because I just started tutoring a group of kindergardeners and after having fourth and second, I really need some ideas! I'll be using these CVC boxes!

  2. Hi Becky! I just found your blog and am your newest follower! I have taped large cvc boxes...we call them sound boxes...on the floor. My kiddos come jump in them as they hop out the word. They love it! We use stretchy snake to help us sound out words. I would love for you to come take a look on my blog. I have TONS of *freebies*! LOTS of them you can use with your K kiddos! =)

    Welcome to blogging! I am excited to follow you on your journey! =)

    Heather's Heart

  3. Very cute, thanks for sharing, welcome to blogging thanks for following me, I'm following you too!