Thursday, March 2, 2017

CVC Games and a Freebie!

Hi friends! It has been a VERY long time since I've blogged. I'm here today with a quick post about some of my favorite CVC games and centers that I have been using with my students this school year. 
If you stick around till the end of the post, there's a fun freebie for you too! :) 

My students have been LOVING these word family foldable books that we've been making. We have one for each word family, and they call them their "flappy books." Students cut on the dotted lines to make the flaps, and then the page with flaps gets stapled to the bottom page. Students practice reading sentences and CVC words. 

We have been loving our milk and cookie CVC matching games in centers too! 

And these CVC blending puzzles are a big hit as well! I love that my students can do them independently. :) 

It's almost spring time, so I made a fun little rainbow CVC word matching game for my kiddos to play this month: 
Click on the picture above to download this CVC RAINBOW MATCHING FREEBIE!! 

Happy Spring! 


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