QCursive Font CVC Flashcard & Games Package
My students love this package and they would be happy to use it every day. Our principal purchased a licence that also covered our learning support teacher; she has also been successful using it with her students.
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This printable download has one hundred and ninety five pages that include our:
- CVC Flashcard Package.
- CVC Games Package.
Our CVC Flashcard Package includes:
- 228 individual CVC flashcards that can be printed on either A4 or A3 paper.
- Help your students learn both their CVC words and also rhyming.
Our CVC Games Package includes:
- Thirty four game cards with the two letter ending in pictures (e.g. ab, et etc.) and a blank square at the beginning.
- Five game cards with one vowel picture letter in the middle, leaving two blank spaces for your student to create a word (see picture above).
- Twenty one pages of flashcard animal pictures so you do not have to keep printing over and over again.
- Thirty four game cards with the two letter ending in letters (e.g. ab, et etc.) and a blank square at the beginning.
- Five game cards with one vowel letter in the middle, leaving two blank spaces for your student to create a word.
- Twenty seven pages of flashcard letters so you do not have to keep printing over and over again.
- One blank game card.
Bonus: CVC Picture and Letter Grid (pictured above). You can place either pictures or letters on the grid and your student has to match them with either a picture or a letter.
What can you do with this package?
- Use the CVC Flashcards to learn new words on the games cards.
- Use the CVC flashcards to match pictures and letters on the blank grid.
- Play games of bingo.
- Match the phonic pictures to the letters.
- Find the rhyming card or play I spy.
- Find that cards that start with...
- Learn to spell CVC words using both letters and pictures.
- Play independently (kids love making words by themselves).
- Play memory or hide and seek (using both letter and pictures flashcards) and the list goes on...