Have your child practice reading through this free preschool material- Free CVC Word Family Wall Cards!
Congratulations! Your child can now identify, write and sound out letters. She’s now ready to read.
As a preschool teacher, I always look forward to this part of our lesson. I feel excited and nervous for my little learners.
Excited because I know a whole new world will open up for them once they learn how to read. At the same time, I’m nervous because I know how challenging learning how to read can be.
Good thing there are so many fun ways to teach children how to read. Here are my favorites:
- Do storytelling- During storytime, point out to each word as you read. Your child may not be able to catch how each word is read, but he’ll notice and understand reading direction (top to bottom, left to right.)
- Word of the Day- You may have a special word of the day. Display it in places where your child can easily see.
- Write and Wipe- Write on the sand, board or an easy-wipe toy. Read the word before you erase it.
- Practice with CVC Wall Cards- Introduce words that have the same letter combination. This is an easy way for them to gain confidence in reading as they only need to change the beginning sound of the words.
There you go! Those are just a couple of techniques that you may do with your child to help him become a pro at reading
And you are in luck! Because I’ll be sharing this post the CVC wall card that I use with my preschool students.
Included here are words that belong to -at, -ad, -an, -et, -ed, -ot, -un, and -ug word families.
For each word family, there is a cute picture as a visual cue. Below is the list of CVC words that have the same letter combination. And beside each word is a box that you or your child may tick when he has successfully read the word.
My students love these reading wall cards because they feel so proud and accomplished after they have ticked off all the words on the list.
I highly recommend that you laminate each card so they can last longer.
As always, these free printables are in Pdf format so they’re easy to download and print.
But before you download the free printable, I highly recommend that you watch this cvc words video with your child and have him practice reading three-letter words.
-AT Word Family Video
Make reading a regular part of your child’s day.
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