Teaching kids how to read and write word families increases their reading fluency by showing them spelling patterns in words. These hands-on, motivating games and no prep activities make memorizing the most common word families uber fun for kids.
The activity pack is perfect to use as literacy centers, word work stations, homeschool activities… so many things!
The 165 pages teach kids 22 of the most common word families:
-AD, -AG, -AN, -AP, -AT, -AX, -ED, -EE, -EN, -ET, -IG, -IN, -ING, -IP, -IT, -OG, -OP, -OT, -UB, -UG, -UN and -UT.
Since Bingo’s always a hit, I included a full class set of 28 boards for five different word families: -AT, -ET, -IP, -OT and -UG.
Practice reading and writing -AT and -IN words as kids stomp through Dino Land.
Challenge children to piece together word family puzzles.
Work on -OT words including cot, got and hot with a fun round of Robot Race.
Read and clip the most common word families.
And tons more…
No Prep Sheets
But that’s not all, for those in a hurry kind of days, I also included plenty of no prep, super motivating practice sheets.
Kids will focus on one word family at a time as they roll a die and write the corresponding word.
Then they’ll write and color word family flowers.
Color by word family.
Read the CVC picture and write the word to match.
And cut, sort and glue words into the correct word family.
The pages are great for review, take home practice or independent work.