CVC word Sort – 10 free short vowel worksheets

CVC word sort short vowels worksheets

10 worksheets to help students learn how to say and spell simple CVC words, with onset and rhyme word families included.

These free phonics worksheets cover CVC words and vowels in the medial position, and ask students to put the sounds together to make these simple words. The worksheets are for each Vowel sound and are designed as a teaching and learning aid, not solely as a worksheet to test knowledge. They are designed for younger learners but of course can be used as you need to fit your own teaching environment.

Students can either cut and paste or they can write the words correct box.

Teaching these skill is the a further step from single sound recognition and move on to word construction These will help students develop skills in blending and recognising sounds to make new words.

There is an editable version on the store page if you would like to be able to add your own school or learning centre name and i hope they are useful to you.

Phonics is an important skill and consolidating what students learn is essential. That is why with these free phonics worksheets, and the other resources on the site i hope to give you a head start.

There are also other worksheets on this site for phonics and short and long vowels as well. Feel free to check them out.

Hope its useful and Happy Teaching

THIS IS THE FREE VERSION

Most of resources can be premium downloaded below, they are all editable so you can adapt them for your, classes, students and schools. It also helps me with the costs of running the website!

If you are looking for the editable version of these worksheets you can find them in the store for personal use and not to sell on please. https://makingenglishfun.com/product/cvc-word-sort-10-editable-short-vowel-worksheets/

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