CVC Words Worksheets for Kindergarten.

CVC Words Worksheets for Kindergarten

Challenge your child’s spelling skills through this free phonics printable- CVC Words Worksheets for Kindergarten!

CVC Words Worksheets for Kindergarten

After mastering the alphabet, preschoolers are next expected to read. And usually, they start with CVC words.

What are CVC words?

CVC words are three-letter words that consist of a consonant-vowel-consonant pattern. These words are easy to blend and segment that’s why preschoolers are usually introduced these words for early reading practice.

Normally, teachers introduce reading by demonstrating the blending technique. This reading technique requires mastery of letter sounds first before you can proceed.

Strong phonemic awareness is a requirement to be able to read words this way. 

How To Blend CVC Words:

1. Begin with the first letter of the word. Sound it out. For example, for the word mat, sound out the letter m- /m/.

2. Next, sound out letters m and a separately and then slowly blend the two sounds- /m/, /a/, /m/, /a/… /m…a…/, /ma/.

3. Finish by blending all the letter sounds- /ma/, /t/, /ma/, /t/…/mat/.

It seems daunting at first but with gentle encouragement and the right kind of reward, your child will be reading successfully in no time!

Now let’s move to another important skill- segmenting.

Segmenting is the opposite of blending. For this one, your child has to take apart/ separate the letter sounds that they hear- and that’s the key to spelling!

Spelling is an important skill to learn. Particularly as they move up levels at school.

Also, spelling is a practical skill that is used almost every single day- more so for us as adults.

Since we have already established the importance of learning how to spell, I will now be sharing with you the spelling worksheets that I made.

These worksheets come in black and white and colored versions. Just choose the version that best suits your child’s needs.

I’m sure your child will find these worksheets fun and challenging at the same time.

Each page comes with pictures of CVC words with Elkonin boxes at the bottom to give them visual cues as to what letters are most likely included.

Helpful, right?

Lastly, these free kindergarten worksheets are in PDF format so they’re easy to download and print.

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CVC Words Worksheets for Kindergarten

Teacher’s Note:

Spelling is an important and practical skill.

Introduce this topic early if possible.

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5 Responses

  1. good morning, my name is Cheryl and I work with Special needs children and I am trying to get you CVC pdf’s but it says that the owner has them in her trash file. could you help me get the free CVC worksheets, please

  2. Hi! I would like to say thank you for sharing your worksheets, I love your work. By the way I just noticed the Spell and write CVC words worksheets have incorrect direction can you double check it please. Thank you again!

  3. Thank you for all these helpful worksheets for my Prek-4 daughter, who is now being homeschooling by yours truly!!

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