CVC words

Real or Nonsense Words Worksheets

Real or Nonsense Words Worksheets

The next installment of our CVC Words practice is here – the Real or Nonsense words worksheets set. These cute printables are all about distinguishing real words from nonsense words, and we’re having a lot of fun with it. Nonsense is such a cool word. It brings all kinds of silly things to mind, and […] Read more…

CVC Words Worksheets for kindergarten.

CVC Words Worksheets for Kindergarten

I completed these CVC Words Worksheets for Kindergarten this week, and I’m giving you all the first sneak peek. These worksheets are ideal for children who are just learning to decode and read CVC words. They are are great reading practice, but they should be a lot of fun as well. There are 8 types […] Read more…

Pool Noodle Reading Activity for Kids

Pool Noodle CVC Words Activity

We’ve been hunting for fun ways to learn over the summer, and this Pool Noodle CVC Words Activity was a hit with my little reader. Blending sounds and putting words together can be a tricky thing to master, but my son was anxious to practice when I brought out a tub full of pool noodle […] Read more…

Flower Garden Reading Activity for Spring

Daffodils and tulips are popping up all over my lawn, and they inspired today’s Flower Garden Reading Activity for Spring. I love all of the bright colors of spring flowers. They make me smile after a long, snowy winter, and evidently they make my kids smile as well because I have to remind them not […] Read more…

Hatching Chicks Spring Reading Activity

The air is starting to warm up, and little green things are sprouting up all over my yard. Spring is here, and it’s my favorite time of the year. I love all of the bright colors, the baby animals, and most of all, playing outside. We still like to do a bit of learning everyday, […] Read more…

CVC Word Game for Kindergarten

I love that magical moment when a child first discovers they can use 3 letter sounds to form a word. After all that letter recognition practice and learning sounds, they can finally put them together to create something. Once they start, they want to keep going, and we begin to learn to read by playing […] Read more…