Let’s have some hands-on reading fun with this FREE Reading CVC Cut and Paste Pack! It’s a great way to practice 65 CVC words and is an easy, no-prep activity your kids can enjoy.
This FREE Reading CVC Cut and Paste Pack is designed to help kids practice early reading skills. They can color the pictures on each page if they like. Then they can sound out each word on the top portion of each page, ﬁnd the matching picture below, and then cut and paste the picture in the correct space.
This unit includes 65 CVC words. The ﬁrst pages focus on one vowel sound per page, such as short “a.” The next pages include words that have one of two diﬀerent vowel sounds, such as “o” and “a.” The ﬁnal pages include words that have one of three or more vowel sounds to choose from. An answer key is also included.
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