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You will receive one PDF document that contains links to each set CVCe word family activities, in addition to instructions for saving the activities in Seesaw™ or Google Slides™. All have sound bites and moveable pieces where appropriate.
There are 10 different interactive slides per word family:
1 – Video directions viewable on Google Slides™ or via Youtube for Seesaw™
2 – Word family title page
3 – Listen to and say the word family
4 – Listen to and say the names of words in the word family
5 – Making words with onset and rime
6 – Picture sort
7 – Highlight words in word family
8 – Real and nonsense word sort
9 – 12 – Making words in the word family
Included Word Families (25 total):
VIEW THE PREVIEW PDF TO SEE WHICH PATTERNS ARE INCLUDED IN EACH SET
Long A Word families (patterns vary): 3 total sets
Long I Word families (patterns vary): 3 total sets
Long O Word families (patterns vary): 3 total sets
Long U Word families (patterns vary): 2 total sets
***There is no Long E Word family due to the lack of long e words that follow the CVCe pattern.***
What Skills Are Addressed?
Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
How Do I Save Activities to My Platform?
There are embedded links to each resource in the downloadable PDF. You will click on the activity you need and it will open in the platform of your choice. Then, you can make a copy of/save the activity. A guide for assigning these activities within Google Classroom™ or Seesaw™ is included.
Who created this resource?
Abby Mullins, also known as Babbling Abby, is a former kindergarten and first grade teacher who most recently was an interventionist in a Title I school. She holds a BA in both psychology and elementary education, along with an MA in teacher leadership. She loves creating engaging experiences for students, collaborating with passionate educators, and bringing her creativity and enthusiasm to classrooms across the globe through curriculum and resource development. Abby also blogs at Babbling Abby where she shares here ideas, activities, and her love of education.
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