Use these ready to print resources in class to help support young children learning to read simple CVC words.

One of the first literacy skills young children must have as they start to read and spell simple words, is the ability to break words into sounds and to blend sounds together to make words.

As teachers of kindergarten aged children, we know this is just one of the phonological awareness skills that develop between starting preschool and moving into primary school.

Often in my literacy centres, I try to incorporate an activity that focuses on building these phonological awareness skills but I recently realised that while I was allowing my students plenty of practice spelling CVC words, I wasn't giving them enough opportunities to practice their reading.

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Learning to Read CVC Words - use these ready to print resources to help young children learning to read | you clever monkey