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Word Families Short Vowel 'o'

Word Families - Short Vowel '' o '' Word Families

 

19 Words / 'ock', 'ong', 'old'

  • Loads of layout choices.....just words, just pictures, one letter missing etc....
  • We have made these quite big (4 to an A4 page) so that you can choose to keep them this way or just adjust your printer settings to print 2 or more to a page - the smaller sizes are ideal for at desk work - the larger sizes are great for display and desk work....

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Just Pictures - Ideal to cut up for Rhyming Sorts

Just Pictures - Ideal to cut up for Rhyming Sorts

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Word Families Short Vowel 'O' - Suggestions for Use


  • PLEASE NOTE: We have made these quite big (4 to an A4 page) so that you can choose to keep them this way or just adjust your printer settings to print 2 or more to a page - the smaller sizes are ideal for at desk work - the larger sizes are great for display and desk work....

  • Print and Laminate to make up wall charts to use for, reading and writing reference

  • Make up laminated sets of smaller sized words with the missing letters - use these sets for children to fill in the missing letters using whiteboard markers - just focus on certain short vowel sets, or throw all the sets together for follow-up reinforcement and practice - great as a literacy group activity

  • Another variation of above idea is children copy the laminated words - include the missing letters and draw a picture in theirliteracy books.

  • Laminate the pictures and cut them up for rhyme sort games and activities, match them with the plain word cards - play 'concentration' with the pictures and the plain word cards. Give each child a word card and a picture and they have to find theirmatching partners.

  • Sort the cards and pictures according to exact word family, or word family vowel eg.. all 'old' words, or all 'o' words

  • Children use the printable alphabet letter tiles to make up and glue together the word family words.

  • Make up customised phonics flip charts to match each word family - make these words on your flip charts..

  • Laminate and cut the pictures off the picture cards using a 'puzzle' cut - children match words to pictures.

  • Laminate and cut off the word family endings using 'puzzle' cuts - children then match the pieces to 're-make' the words..

  • Children classify mixed up word cards into word family categories.


 

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