These CVCe and CCVCe Word Family Printables adapt Read America’s Sound Mapping technique in a FUN, hands-on way that is sure to engage your students and improve their reading skills! These responsive worksheets are a great way to teach your students to recognize long vowel sounds while making reading FUN!
Each sheet focuses on one long vowel using the CVCe and CCVCe patterns. The three activities on each sheet actively engage students through sound mapping; finding and writing words hidden in a picture; and selecting rhyming words.
This last activity in particular—identifying rhyming words—will challenge your students to actively read and listen for the target sounds in each word. It will also enable you to easily discern your students’ reading comprehension level. For example: do they recognize that "–ome" says something different in “dome” than it does in “some”? I have included CVC and CVCC words in these rhyming activities to give your students extra practice discerning the long vowel vs. short vowel sounds.
CVCe and CCVCe Word Families included in this packet are: Pages 4-7 Long a word work
Pages 8-10 Long i word work
Pages 11-13 Long o word work
Pages 14-16 Long u word work
Pages 17-18 Long oo word work
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Before becoming a homeschooling mom, I received my Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Florida. After graduating, I had a career as a base planner for the United States Air Force. While working at the USAF Academy, I met my pilot-husband and began travelling the US and growing our family. Since 2005, I have homeschooled our seven children in South Carolina, Washington, New Jersey, Illinois, and now, Alaska! I love being a part of my children's education. We have four boys, three girls and lots of learning styles. Every year brings new learning adventures and challenges--and I look forward to sharing them with you.