Tuesday, March 29, 2011

CVC Words...sound them out but don't spit all over the teacher!

Lots of  teachers seem to want cvc activities so I am putting up another one that you can run on stock and laminate or just run off as is. I use letter tiles for this activity but you could have students write the letters with a special marker. It's just a quick and easy center for tomorrow.



Please leave a comment and let me know if you like these.

 

31 comments:

casperrodz said...

Hi I teach Kinder and I love these cvc words center practice, they're great. Thanks for sharing them.
Gladys
email: Casperrodz@aol.com

Kathleen said...

Always great to have!! Thank you!!

a_norby said...

Thank you so much for posting your items and making them available to download. I am always looking for new ideas and activities to do in my classroom, and it makes it so much easier when you are willing to share, for free!!! Thanks again! :)

chloesmom said...

I LOVE these! I'm printing them as I type and will use them in literacy centers tomorrow. I really appreciate your willingness to share.

Thanks again,
T in Virginia

meremarche said...

I'm with you Fran...every day and loving how you inspire me!
Meredith@Greenville

Stephanie said...

Thank you for sharing! This is a great activity!

Stephanie

MrsKellysKindergarten

Sarah Stoll said...

Thanks for sharing!!

http://teacherscannotlivebyapplesalone.blogspot.com/

Erin Ropelato said...

Very Cute! Thank you so much for sharing! (Are your abc tiles 1 inch square? If so, I have some already--Whoo Hoo!!)

Mrs. Mugurussa said...

Thanks- can't wait to add it to my centers

Hadar said...

Love it, thanks! I think I will laminate them and have my students use dry-erase markers.

Hadar
Miss Kindergarten

melissa_holdren said...

These are great! Thanks so much for sharing!

allytymommy said...

I love these! Thank you so much for sharing!

April said...

Thank you! My son will love some variety in his cvc practice!

Cassie said...

These are perfect for my four year old! I'm going to use some scrapbooking alphabet chips instead of tiles! Thanks for sharing :)

DebbieKsews said...

Fran, I think a 3 step Target program would be great:
1. Go to Target
2. Go to Dollar Store
3. Go out to eat and share the
catch with all the ideas!

Kristen said...

These are great! I really appreciate your willingness to share the quality stuff you come up with! I wish I were half as talented!! =) Coming to your blog is my guilty pleasure, I get lost on here just looking around at all the great ideas! You really get the wheels in my brain turning!

Nikki said...

I just want to thank you so much for all you do for us teachers. I feel lucky to "know" you! LOL! - Nikki

NanaK said...

You are so awesome and creative. Thank you so much.

Harley said...

Thanks Fran for sharing.. It is so nice to have a teacher/colleague that is willing to share her expertise without asking for payment. Your work is always so professional and cute. Thanks again for sharing. Have a great year and I look forward to your new ideas.

Kerri said...

I love the pictures. Thank you for creating this and all your wonderful ideas. Can't wait to use it in my classroom!

Mrs. Annis' Kindergarten said...

Love these! Thank you!

Anne said...

Love the pictures. Thanks for sharing!

Marielle Slappe said...

I love these cards. I made some like these but they are just black and white. These are adorable! Thanks :)

marislappe.blogspot.com

Amy said...

I love these! Thank you!

Mrs. Jackson said...

Thank you for sharing your time and talent! It is very much appreciated!

Angie Kantorowicz said...

Fran, I'm so glad I found you. I stumbled across your blog a month or so ago and then "lost" you. Wheww, I feel so lucky. Anyway these little cvc cards are perfect for tomorrow. Sending them to my printer right now. Shhh, don't tell my husband. More ink and card stock are on my list for the week. Some women buy shoes, I buy ink... ah the life of a kinder teacher. Angie K
Making The Basics Fun

mishangelle said...

Could you tell me what the third card is on the first page? It's the one with the brown handle and green pinwheel-looking thing. I was trying to figure out what CVC word it fit and have no idea!

Fran Kramer said...

The word is pop (like lollipop). I hope that helps you.
Fran

tari baldwin said...

Fran, These are awesome! I love teaching thematically (even with CCSS), but because these are "theme-free", they can go into my centers anytime!!! THank you!!!!

Polly Wolf said...

These are perfect for my intervention kids! I love all of your stuff! Thanks!

Rachael White said...

Love these! Thanks for sharing for free!