OT Word Family List

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Introduce your CVC words lesson in a fun way through this OT word family list pdf from The Teaching Aunt. 

Welcome, parents and teachers! As The Teaching Aunt, I’m here to share some exciting ways to explore the “ot” word family with your little learners. 

By engaging in playful activities, we can help them develop strong phonics skills and enhance their reading and spelling abilities.

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Understanding the “OT” Word Family:

Let’s start by understanding what the “ot” word family is all about. The “ot” word family consists of words that end with the sound “ot.” 

Example of Words ending in OT:

  • cot
  • dot
  • got
  • hot
  • lot
  • not
  • pot
  • rot

Recognizing and practicing these words will help your children become more confident readers.

OT Word Family Lesson Video

Fun Games for Teaching the “OT” Word Family:

Word Fishing:

Get ready for some fishing fun! Create fish-shaped cards, each featuring a different “ot” word. Attach a paperclip to each card. Use a toy fishing rod with a magnet attached to the end as your “fishing rod.” Spread the fish cards out on a flat surface, and encourage your child to “fish” for a word. Once they catch a fish, have them read the word aloud. This game adds excitement and hands-on learning to the mix.

Hopscotch Word Jump:

Take the classic hopscotch game to a new level of phonics fun! Create a hopscotch grid on the floor or use sidewalk chalk outdoors. Instead of numbers, write “ot” family words in each square. Have your child say the word out loud as they hop on it. This game combines physical activity with word recognition, making learning enjoyable and active. 

Word Family OT Bingo:

Who doesn’t love a good game of bingo? Create bingo cards with a grid of “ot” family words. You can find ready-made templates online or make your own. Call out words randomly, and your child can cover the corresponding word on their card. This game reinforces word recognition and encourages listening skills.

Word Treasure Hunt:

Transform learning into a thrilling adventure with a word treasure hunt! Write “ot” family words on small slips of paper and hide them around the house or in your backyard. Provide your child with a treasure map or clues to find each word. As they discover a word, have them read it aloud and collect it in their treasure bag. This game promotes word identification while adding an element of excitement and exploration.

With these fun games, you can turn phonics practice into an engaging and enjoyable experience for your children. 

OT Word Family List PDF

The “ot” word family is just the beginning of their reading journey, and by making learning interactive and playful, you’re setting them up for success.

Remember, every child learns at their own pace, so be patient and offer plenty of encouragement and support.

Celebrate their progress and achievements, no matter how small. Together, we can help them become confident readers and spellers.

Click on the link of your preferred paper size (A4 or 8.5 x 11 in.) to download your free printable. The preschool CVC word list will download automatically. 

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The Teaching Aunt- Teacher Nessy

Hi! My name is Nessy. I’m a preschool teacher and I’ve just recently added “doting aunt” to my title. I have tons of teacher-approved and child-friendly activities (as young as toddler years!) that I would like to share with you. Happy reading!




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