Welcome to TELP’S CVC Activity book. CVC words are words that follow the pattern consonant-vowel-consonant. These are considered the simplest words and the starting point of many phonics programs (after some work on initial sounds). These words highlight the short vowels such as the “a” in cat, the “e” in bed
CVC & Word Families – 8 CVC WORD FAMILIES: AN, AP, AT, ED, EN, ET, IG, IP
Teaching word families is a great way to get your students reading. Word families use the natural rhyming ability of most young children to help them read simple words.
Word families are groups of words that share the same ending pattern, such as “hat”, “mat”, and “cat”.
Benefits of using learning CVC & Word Families
It reinforces patterns used in English that can be difficult to read
Introduces blending letters and sounds
When kids progress past these simple words, the patterns, or chunks, that
they learn now will continue to help them to decipher longer words.
When learning families of words, children are able to read familiar patterns
of letters quickly and fluently.