What do the letters A, E, I, O, and U have in common? They're all featured in this engaging reading lesson. Give your young learners a chance to play a version of Red Light, Green Light that doubles as a vowel review.
Consonant-vowel-consonant or CVC words include examples such as paw, cow and pop. Identifying these words and understanding the sound that they make is crucial to building reading fluency. This guided lesson provides practice with CVC words by focusing on their intial, medial and ending sounds. You can boost learning with our supplemental worksheets that offer more practice with CVC words.
Before your child can develop phonemic awareness, they’ll need to learn about letter sounds. Because English has so many exceptions, it will help your child to see the rules and exceptions for each letter laid out clearly in Education.com’s worksheets. When it is time to switch things up, the following activity ideas will keep teaching letter sounds fun for all parties involved.