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Ending "e" words
These CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) and CCVC level worksheets strengthen both reading and spelling abilities by stimulating visual imagery using only words with long vowels from the silent "e" at the word's end.

Students read the word in the left column, fold the paper to cover the word and follow the directions in the right column.

For added visualization development: With the paper folded ask the student what letter they "saw" first, second, third, etc.
Vowel Digraphs
Tic Tac Toe is a classic game useful to enhance reading practice when the squares are filled with words.  

How to Play:  Read a word correctly to impose your X or O on the space.  Winner has three in a row or diagonal.

Open the PDF, type in your words directly, print and play!
Dots is another classic game useful to enhance reading practice when the spaces are filled with words.

This game is superior to Tic Tac Toe when repetitive word practice is desired - in order to "take a space" in this game, the word must be read correctly each time a line is to be drawn connecting two dots.  

How to Play:  Read a word correctly to draw a line connecting two dots around that word.  Take the space by being the one to draw the final line enclosing the word inside a square.  Impose your initial over the word to "take the space."  When closing in a word, your turn continues until your subsequent move no longer closes a word.  Winner has closed the most words.

Open the PDF, type in your words directly, print and play!
Vowel Practice
Blending Practice
Decoding Games
READING WORKSHEETS
These CVC, CCVC/CVCC and CCVCC level worksheets continue to strengthen both reading and spelling abilities by further stimulating visual imagery using words with a vowel pair - oa, ea, ee & ai 

Students read the word in the left column, fold the paper to cover the word and follow the directions in the right column.

While these worksheets may be completed independently, guided completion is optimal for speed and accuracy.  They are applicable to individual and group settings.

For added visualization development: With the paper folded ask the student what letter they "saw" first, second, third, etc. 

These sheets feature colored text, large font size and long blank spaces.
CVC
CCVC
CVC
CCVC/CVCC
CCVCC
R Controlled Vowels
These CVC, CCVC/CVCC and CCVCC level worksheets continue to strengthen both reading and spelling abilities by further stimulating visual imagery using words with a "r" controlled vowel - ar, or, er, ir, ur

Students read the word in the left column, fold the paper to cover the word and follow the directions in the right column.

While these worksheets may be completed independently, guided completion is optimal for speed and accuracy.  They are applicable to individual and group settings.

For added visualization development: With the paper folded ask the student what letter they "saw" first, second, third, etc. 

These sheets feature colored text, large font size and long blank spaces.
CVC
CCVC/CVCC
CCVCC
Diphthongs
These CVC, CCVC/CVCC and CCVCC level worksheets continue to strengthen both reading and spelling abilities by further stimulating visual imagery using words with diphthongs - ou/ow, au/aw, oi/oy 

Students read the word in the left column, fold the paper to cover the word and follow the directions in the right column.

While these worksheets may be completed independently, guided completion is optimal for speed and accuracy.  They are applicable to individual and group settings.

For added visualization development: With the paper folded ask the student what letter they "saw" first, second, third, etc. 

These sheets feature colored text, large font size and long blank spaces.
CVC
CCVC/CVCC
CCVCC
These CCVC and CCVCC level worksheets continue to strengthen both reading and spelling abilities by further stimulating visual imagery while focusing on words with a front consonant blend. 

Students read the word in the left column, fold the paper to cover the word and follow the directions in the right column.

While these worksheets may be completed independently, guided completion is optimal for speed and accuracy.  They are applicable to individual and group settings.

For added visualization development: With the paper folded ask the student what letter they "saw" first, second, third, etc. or what how the word would read with a change to the vowel. 

These sheets feature colored text, large font size and long blank spaces.
CCVC
CCVCC
Beginning Blend Changes
CVCC
CCVCC
Ending Blend Changes
These CVCC and CCVCC level worksheets continue to strengthen both reading and spelling abilities by further stimulating visual imagery while  focusing on words with an ending consonant blend. 

Students read the word in the left column, fold the paper to cover the word and follow the directions in the right column.

While these worksheets may be completed independently, guided completion is optimal for speed and accuracy.  They are applicable to individual and group settings.

For added visualization development: With the paper folded ask the student what letter they "saw" first, second, third, etc. or what how the word would read with a change to the vowel. 

These sheets feature colored text, large font size and long blank spaces.
Reading Worksheets
These reading worksheets and games review vowels and consonant blends.  From CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) to CCVCC levels, these worksheets strengthen reading directly and spelling indirectly by stimulating visual imagery.  The worksheets feature colored text, large font size and long blank lines.

Students read the word in the left column, fold the paper to cover the word and follow the directions in the right column.  While these reading worksheets may be completed independently, guided completion is optimal for speed and accuracy.  The worksheets are applicable to both individual and group settings.

For added visualization development: With the paper folded, ask the student questions about the word to strengthen the image holding, like, what letter was first, second, third, etc.  Also, ask how the word will read after making other letter substitutions or omissions.
Ending "e"
Vowel Digraphs (ai, ea, oa)
R Controlled
Diphthongs (ou/ow, au/aw, oi/oy)
Beginning Blend Changes
Ending Blend Changes
Tic Tac Toe
Dots
Memory

Vowel Practice
Ending "E"
Vowel Digraphs (ai, ea, oa)
R Controlled
Diphthongs (ou/ow, au/aw, oi/oy)
Blending Practice
Beginning Blend Changes
Ending Blend Changes
Vowel Changes

Encoding Games
Tic Tac Toe


Spelling Words Practice
Vocabulary Building
Vocabulary Review
Addition Practice
Using a Number Line
Using the Base of Ten
Word Problems
Subtraction Practice
Using a Number Line
Using the Base of Ten
​Word Problems
Multiplication Practice
Using a Number Line
Using the Base of Ten
Multiplication Chart
Blank Multiplication Grid
Word Problems

Division Practice
Storyboard Worksheet
3-4 Sentences
5-7 Sentences
2 Paragraphs
Reading Passages
Using a Number Line
Using the Base of Ten
Blank Division Grid
Word Problems
COMING SOON
COMING SOON
COMING SOON
COMING SOON
COMING SOON
Memory is yet another classic game useful to enhance reading practice when the spaces are filled with words.

This game is useful to students struggling with phonemic awareness.

How to Play:  Type 4 words into the PDF (each PDF has a different pairing position) and print.  The fold and cuts create flaps over each word.  Uncover and read two words to find a matching pair.