Consonant vowel consonant activities

Make learning fun with these interactive consonant vowel consonant activities. Explore engaging ideas to help kids master phonics and improve their reading skills.
Phonics Games - Digraphs, Blends, Short & Long Vowels! Phonics, Reading, Phonics Games, Cvc Words, Phonics Centers, Vowel, Word Sorts, Digraphs Activities, Decoding Words

These phonics centers and word Work Games bundle includes 5 of my phonics games units!! This bundle is 333 pages filled with printable activities and games for digraphs, blends, and long/short vowels. These are fun centers to help students review all sorts of phonics skills. There are group games, independent, hands-on centers, and independent worksheets included. THIS BUNDLE INCLUDES: Centers for long and short vowels: - Long/short vowel sorts - Real vs. Nonsense word sorts - Read…

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Constanza Rivera Jaure
Spring is in the air and what better way to get your students in the mood than with this adorable Flowers CVC Word Building Freebie. This printable is the perfect addition to your literacy centers this spring. Your students will LOVE building cvc words - promise! #springprintables #freeliteracyprintables #CVCfreebies Literacy, Word Families, Pre K, Spring Math Activities, Cvc Activities, Cvc Words Kindergarten, Spring Centers, Cvc Word Activities, Pattern Activities

Spring is in the air and what better way to get your students in the mood than with this adorable Flowers CVC Word Building Freebie. This printable is the perfect addition to your literacy centers this spring. Your students will LOVE building cvc words - promise! #springprintables #freeliteracyprintables #CVCfreebies

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Playdough to Plato

Have you ever asked your students the difference between a vowel and a consonant? Did they answer vowels are red? UGH. This is the answer that I kept getting from my students last year. WHY? Because every commercial made product I bought the vowels were all in red. Students picked up on this pretty quick and could identify vowels (YAY!), but they could not actually tell me why a vowel is different than a consonant. Do you know why? Of course we know, a word has to have a vowel in it to be…

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Karen Cain-Henderson