CVC Words Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.K.2

Core Standard

If you find a word that follows the pattern of having a consonant followed by a vowel which is further followed by another consonant, we call this a CVC word. Some common examples are the words: pan, sad, gas, den, and leg. Many people think this classification only applies to three-letter words, but words with consonant chunks apply as well. For example: shack, cash, and bell are seen as CVC words as well. This is the first time that sounds actually become more brilliant to hear. Making the transition to being able to sound out some real juicy words is often difficult for pre-readers. We show you some strategy that are sure to help. These worksheets will introduce students to CVC words and use the phonetical advantage it gives them towards spelling and reading.









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