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Phonics Printable Worksheets and Activities
(Word Families)

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There are differences in opinion about whether using phonics is useful in teaching children to read.  My personal opinion is that everyone learns differently -- try a variety of things with your kids until you find what works for them.  My oldest daughter just sort of magically read books -- natural ability and lots of family reading time were the causes I think -- she didn't often sound out words or enjoy playing word games.  My younger daughter was very keen on phonics lessons and constantly asked to play rhyming word games and activities.  Word families really appealed to her and to this day (grade 6) she enjoys word based "puzzles" like word searches and crosswords (my eldest daughter would rather play soccer *grin*).  My advice:  good luck, don't get frustrated and try to have fun learning with your kids -- just when you think you have it all figured out, the next one will be completely different.  If you decide word families (also known as analogy phonics) might be something you'd like to try, read on!

When approaching word families, I like to learn them in sets that have some commonality (for example, short a sounds or long e sounds).  I find it easier for kids to make up their own rhymes, sentences and such when they have two or three word families to use together.  Having said that, I do sometimes do a single word family when I find the kids are struggling with something in particular -- the first time we did long vowels instead of short vowels for example.

I also try to keep word families that are too similar in different groups (example, I wouldn't do the "long a" /air/ and /are/ word families together).  With my girls I found that they got too confused when words sounded the same, but were spelled differently (like 'hare' and 'hair').  I saved that type of learning for grade 4 and 5 when we started talking about synonyms, antonyms and homonyms.

Anyways, here are the Word Family sets as I would suggest combining them.

  • Word Family Sets

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    (activities)(free printable worksheets)(list of words)
  • Word Family Endings Flash Cards:  

    Print the word family endings flashcards plus the lower case letters flash cards to play the Word Families Card Game or spelling go fish.

    • Set 1:  an, ap, at
    • Set 2:  ab, ad, am
    • Set 3:  ack, and, ash
    • Set 4:  ail, ain, air
    • Set 5:  ake, ate
    • Set 6:  ale, ame, ay
    • Set 7:  all, aw
    • Set 8:  ar, ark, art
    • Set 9:  ank, ink
    • Set 10:  ed, en, et
    • Set 11:  eck, ell, est
    • Set 12:  in, ip, it
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Short Story. The Cat and the Rat.

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A short story to read and practice the word family at. The fun part is coming! Glue pictures from the second page in the proper sequence.

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Short Story. Dad and his pad.

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With this short ad word family story, children practice reading comprehension skills. Read, answer questions, glue the pictures... and more!

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Short Story. Dan and his Van.

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Help your kindergartener build a strong reading comprehension skills. With this an word family story, she will read and spot some words.

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Short Story. Where is my Ham?

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A short story for kindergarten kids to practice reading skills. The am word family story is designed to reinforce reading skills.

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Short Story. Where is Sam?

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With this short story, children practice reading comprehension skills. They read the story and look for words from the ag word family. Then, they glue pictures from the text in the proper sequence. Finally, they will answer two questions about the story.

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CAT Worksheet | The AT Word Family

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Are you learning short A words in your class today? Here is an excellent practice for your students. Lots of fun activities to do today! Let's start.

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CVC Words – List and Spelling Dictionary

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This CVC word list brings the easiest way for teachers to choose words for the next lesson or activity.

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ED Word Family Reading Comprehension Worksheet

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ED word family reading comprehension simple story for kindergarten kids! This worksheet has 6 activities, including reading passage and focuses on words ending -ed.

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AN Word Family Flashcards

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With these colorful and bright an word family with pictures flashcards, your kindergarten kids learn to read.

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MAN Worksheet | The AN Word Family

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Looking for a short a words worksheets for your next lesson? Check out this worksheet full of hands-on activities!

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DAD Worksheet | The AD Word Family

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Are you practicing phonics skills in your class today? Here is an excellent hands-on 'dad worksheet' for your kindergarten students.

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EN Word Family Reading Worksheet

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This reading comprehension worksheet is great for beginner readers and focuses on words ending EN.

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AD Family Words Flash Cards

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With these colorful ad word family with picture cards, kindergarten students learn to read five new CVC words.

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EG Word Family Reading Comprehension Worksheet

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This reading comprehension worksheet is great for beginner readers and focuses on reading EG word family words.

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Short Story. What does Pam like?

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Help your kindergartener get more confident with her reading skills. Word families encourage students to see letter-sound patterns.

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The AT Word Family Workbook

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This at word family pack, combines 13 hands-on worksheets and activities for independent and guided learning.

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AM Word Family Flashcards

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Colorful short a flashcards are great for introducing new words and learn to read. On this page, you will find five CVC words.

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AT Word Family Flashcards

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Are you learning short a CVC words? Colorful and eye-catching flashcards are a perfect way to introduce the -at word family.

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IGHT Word Family List

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Teach beginning spellers that words contain and share patterns. Use this word family list to introduce the sound of words ending with -IGHT.

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HAT Worksheet | The AT Word Family

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Do you have a phonics class today? Here is an excellent short a vowel practice for your kindergarten students. Let's have fun.

HAT Worksheet | The AT Word FamilyAlesia Netuk2021-05-25T10:16:47-04:00

AB Word Family Reading Comprehension

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AB word family reading comprehension simple story for kindergarten kids! This worksheet has 6 activities, including reading passage and focuses on words ending -ab.

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ED Word Family Word Wall

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Using word families helps teach beginning spellers that words contain the pattern. Use these word wall cards to introduce words that ending with ED.

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The IG Word Family Flash Cards

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The IG word family flash cards help students learn to read and increase their vocabulary. Words: big, dig, fig, pig, rig, wig.

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EN Word Family Flashcards

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This set of flashcards includes short e sound words from the EN word family. The short e sound in each word is highlighted in red. Words: den, men, hen, pen, ten.

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The UN Word Family Flash Cards

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The UN word family flash cards help students learn to read and increase their vocabulary. Words: bun, nun, fun, run, sun.

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The AN Word Family Workbook

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Kindergarten kids master their phonics skills, expand their vocabulary, learn to read the AN word family.

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The OP Word Family Flash Cards

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The OP word family flash cards help students learn to read and increase their vocabulary. Words: cop, hop, mop, pop, top.

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AN Word Family Reading Comprehension

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AN word family reading comprehension simple story for kindergarten kids! This worksheet has 6 activities, including reading passage and focuses on words ending -an.

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Free Printable Kindergarten Sight Word Worksheets

Need more ways to practice the kindergarten sight words list with your students? These free printable kindergarten sight words worksheets offer many fun and meaningful opportunities to practice those high frequency words!

Free printable kindergarten sight words worksheets that are interactive and fun to use.

Kindergarten Sight Word Worksheets

These kindergarten sight word worksheets are the perfect way for your students to practice and master sight words all year long! These worksheets allow kindergarten students to work with each word in a variety of ways. Each worksheet has 7 sight word activities for students to complete, giving them a lot of exposure to each word.

They will get to practice reading the word, writing the word, spelling the word, and more on each printable sight word worksheet.

These activity sheets are so quick and easy for teachers to prep. All you have to do is print and go! These worksheets are the perfect addition to your morning work routine, literacy lessons, or independent practice time. Plus, they follow the same instructions for each word, so students will know exactly what to do each time.

Printable kindergarten sight words worksheets.

Prep In Seconds

These printable worksheets are a no-prep wonder! All you have to do is print and go! No cutting, stapling, or laminating required.

The sight word worksheets come in black and white, so you can use them even if you don’t have access to colored copies.

Free printable primer sight word worksheets to use with kindergarten students.

Differentiated Sight Word Activities

These kindergarten sight word worksheets are so easy to differentiate because there are 51 different words included. You can easily assign the word or words that your students need to work on most.

You can have all students complete the worksheet for the word they are being introduced to that week. Down the road, if you notice a student or a small group of students struggling with that word, you can reassign it to them to reinforce the learning.

For students who are ready for more of a challenge, you can assign more difficult sight word worksheets for them to practice reading and writing.

Each worksheet follows the same pattern of activities, so you only need to teach them how to use it one time and they’ll be set to successfully complete the rest of the worksheets.

These sight word worksheets take typical sight word practice, like flash cards, to the next level by incorporating a variety of activities to work with each word.

If you want to make it even more fun, let your students complete the worksheet using a colored pencil, crayon, or marker!

Free printable worksheets for kindergarten sight words list.

Using the Sight Word Worksheets

To use the printable kindergarten sight word worksheets, students will begin by reading the sight word. Next, they will work on writing the word by tracing it, following the arrows to ensure proper writing technique. Then they will write the word independently on the line.

Students get to use their creativity to decorate the word written in bubble letters. They also get to be word detectives by finding and circling the sight words hidden in the word search.

After that, the students will look at the letters of the alphabet and color in the letters that spell the sight word. Lastly, they will fill in the missing letters in the words at the bottom of the worksheet to spell the word correctly.

These sight word worksheets can even be assigned via Google Classroom or Seesaw. You can upload the PDF to the digital learning platform and have them complete it on their device. Another option is to have them complete it and submit a picture. Either way works great!

As you can see, they are getting to work with and manipulate each word in various ways, helping them retain the word more effectively.

Kindergarten sight words printables.

These sight word worksheets are the perfect addition to any kindergarten classroom and will help your students become sight word masters. They’ll be well on their way to reading fluently after completing these sight word activities!

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These sight word worksheets pair perfectly with our Superhero Sight Word Mats for Google Slides and Seesaw! Use the mats online and then add the worksheets for extra practice!

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Teaching your child to read is a fulfilling and rewarding experience. These cvc words/word family/three letter rhyming words worksheets would help your child master the age-appropriate reading skills. Help your child learn to read his/her first few words with the help of phonics e.g., 3 letter CVC words ending with ab, ad, ag, am, an, ap, at, id, ig, in, ip, it etc. Words are presented with relevant pictures for quick learning.

Contents: CVC Words Worksheets, 3 Letter Rhyming Words, Word Families

  • What are CVC words?
  • Word Family List
  • CVC words with 'a' in the middle - Word Families (ab, ad, ag, am, an, ap etc.)
  • CVC words with 'i' in the middle - Word Families (id, ig, in, ip, it etc.)
  • CVC words with 'o' in the middle - Word Families (op, ot, og, ob, om, od, ox etc.)

What are CVC words?

CVC words OR Consonant-Vowel-Consonant Words are the words that are made up of a consonant, vowel and consonant sound e.g., h-a-t, b-a-t. These are the first words a child learns to read and write. They are the easiest to learn as they only use the letter sounds/phonics already learnt. Teach your child how to blend sounds to speak a word. Practice reading and writing these cvc words with your child to help him become a quick reader.

Tips for Parents/Teachers:

  • Introduce your child to the sounds/phonics of each letter beforehand to help speak the word.
  • It's important to introduce these cvc words, even before common sight words (e.g., the/a/this/where/what etc.). Gradually, you can start reading small sentences (and small stories) for your child which make use of these cvc words and introduce the sight words as they come. e.g., Pam is a cat. Pam is a fat cat. Pam, the fat cat, has a rat. The rat's name is Sam. Sam has a bat. Pam and Sam plays with the bat.

Word Family List

  • 'ab' Word Family: cab, dab, lab, nab, tab, swab
  • 'ad' Word Family: bad, dad, had, lad, mad, pad, sad
  • 'ag' Word Family: bag, lag, rag, tag, wag, nag
  • 'am' Word Family: cam, dam, ham, jam, ram, yam
  • 'an' Word Family: ban, can, fan, man, pan, ran, van
  • 'ap' Word Family: cap, gap, lap, map, nap, rap, tap, zap
  • 'id' Word Family: lid, hid, mid, kid, rid, did
  • 'ig' Word Family: big, dig, fig, jig, Mig, pig, rig, twig, wig
  • 'in' Word Family: bin, fin, kin, pin, sin, tin, win
  • 'ip' Word Family: hip, lip, zip, tip, dip, rip
  • 'it' Word Family: bit, fit, hit, kit, lit, pit, sit
  • 'op' Word Family: cop, hop, mop, pop, top, chop, shop, crop, crop, stop, clop, flop, prop
  • 'ot' Word Family: cot, dot, got, hot, lot, not, pot, rot, tot, knot, shot, spot, jot, blot, plot, slot
  • 'og' Word Family: dog, hog, jog, log, fog, cog, frog, clog, smog, bog, blog, slog
  • 'ob' Word Family: cob, job, mob, hob, rob, sob, knob, bob, gob, slob, snob
  • 'od' Word Family: cod, god, nod, pod, rod, sod
  • 'om' Word Family: mom, tom, pom
  • 'ox' Word Family: ox, box, fox

Vowel 'a' Word Families - CVC Words Worksheets for words with 'a' in the middle


Vowel 'i' Word Families - CVC Words Worksheets for words with 'i' in the middle


Vowel 'o' Word Families - CVC Words Worksheets for words with 'o' in the middle

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Words worksheets an

“I KNOW THAT WORD!” Those proud words coming from a preschooler or kindergartener are music to the ears of parents and teachers alike. Just think how excited your beginning readers will be to start working on these sight words worksheets when they recognize the words printed on them.

Pre-primer preschool sight word worksheets. Practice sight words with your preschoolers using these fun sight word worksheets!

What Are Sight Words?

Sight words are exactly what they sound like…words automatically known when they are seen. The reader has actually memorized the words to immediately recognize and read them without trying to say the letter sounds or use any other decoding strategy.

Why Teach Sight Words?

Sight words are frequently used in text and once children learn them, it makes reading easier. They can then focus on decoding more difficult words. Reading fluency and comprehension improves. Additionally, their confidence as a reader increases with every, “I KNOW THAT WORD!!”

Dolch, Fry, High Frequency….Oh My!

Google ‘Sight Words List’ and be prepared to be overwhelmed and probably a little confused with so many different lists. Which word list should you teach? Well, all of them, of course!

They all are important for readers to learn, but the Dolch Sight Words List is the most commonly used to teach sight words. The Dolch Words List of 220 words are grouped by grade-level, starting with Pre-K and going through 3rd Grade.

Pre-primer preschool sight word worksheets. Practice sight words with your preschoolers using these fun sight word worksheets!

The Pre-K Dolch Words List

The Dolch Pre-K Words List, also called the Pre-Primer Dolch Words List, contains 40 words. These are the words featured in this fun new printable sight words packet. Words included: a, and, away, big, blue, can, come, down, find, for, funny, go, help, here, I, in, is, it, jump, little, look, make, me, my, not, one, play, red, run, said, see, the, three, to, two, up, we, where, yellow, you.

Pre-primer preschool sight word worksheets. Practice sight words with your preschoolers using these fun sight word worksheets!

Printable Worksheets

The six different activities for each worksheet give beginning readers lots of practice working with the preschool sight words. Children will read the word, trace the word, build the word, write the word, rainbow write the word, and find and color the word.

The black and white worksheets are low ink printables to help you save on a hot commodity–your printer’s ink. Save even more ink by printing a set and putting them in sleeve protectors–Instant Word Work Center!

Differinate the worksheets and create six different small group or center activities with some card stock, lamination, and a pair of scissors! Print the sight word activity worksheets on cover stock, laminate, and cut the activities apart.

  • The ‘read the word’ activity becomes a set of flash cards or word wall words.
  • Students can use different Reading Materials to find the ‘read the word’ in text.
  • Use dry erase markers or playdough for the ‘trace the word’ activity.
  • Letter Magnets can be used to spell the word for the ‘build the word’ activity.
  • Dry erase markers make the ‘write the word’ activity perfect for small group time–you say the word or show the word and have them write it from memory or copy it for those students just learning the sight words.
  • ‘Rainbow write the word’ becomes a fine-motor skills center when children use beans, beads, small pompoms, or any other small manipulative.
  • Don’t laminate the ‘find and color the word’ sight words printable activity. Use it as a check-for-understanding center where students color the focused pre-k sight words of the center.
  • Make two copies of ‘read the word’ or ‘rainbow write the word’ for fun Sight Word Games.

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Pre-primer preschool sight word worksheets. Practice sight words with your preschoolers using these fun sight word worksheets!

FREE!

You’ll be able to instantly download this file containing ALL 40 of the words on the Pre-K Dolch Word List and it’s completely FREE! That’s right, I’m not going to try and tease you with just a few sample worksheets and then have you pay to print the rest of the word list. You’re going to receive 40 kid-friendly, printable worksheets, one worksheet page for each sight word on the Pre-K Dolch Words List.

Ready for More?

After your preschoolers and kindergarteners master the 40 Words of the Pre-K Dolch Words List, they’re ready for the next set of worksheets: the Free Printable Kindergarten Sight Words Worksheets. The packet includes all 52 words of the Kindergarten Dolch Sight Words List (also called the Primer Dolch Words List).

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PHONICS CVC Words ('an' Family) for Kids/Toddlers

Teaching children about word families is a simple way to reinforce short and long vowel sounds and teach the rhythm of rhyming words. The word family worksheets below will help reinforce basic language skills and allow students to practice early spelling and reading skills. Note that to download the worksheets below, you'll need Adobe.

Rhyming Clouds

This worksheet is an excellent way to teach the overall concept of word families. Each cloud features a word, but not all are in the same word family. Some examples include:

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How to Use the Worksheet

Instruct students to cut apart the clouds and then glue them to poster board or piece of construction paper, keeping word families together. So, a cloud with "rake" and a cloud with "cake" would be grouped together as they are in the same word family.

Hello "at" Family

This worksheet is an excellent way to teach the word family of short "a." Each word example on the worksheet has the "at" sound in it and must be matched with the picture. Some examples of words students will match to a picture include:

How to Use the Worksheet

This worksheet is a simple one that can be used with beginning readers. Instruct the student to draw a line from the word to the picture that matches it. It is also a good idea to have students say the words out loud as they are matching to reinforce the "at" sound.

Leaf it to Long "A"

This worksheet features a tree with leaves that have words on them that have the long "a" sound found in words like:

How to Use the Worksheet

The tree is filled with leaves that end in "ake," but only the first word of "rake" has been completed. Students must use the additional leaves to create as many word leaves as possible in this long "a" sound family. A list of possible word solutions are provided in the answer key.

Living in the "it" Family House

The short "i" word family is represented with the sound "it" on this worksheet which features a house that should be filled with words such as:

How to Use the Worksheet

To use the worksheet, instruct the student to cut out the variety of words included at the bottom of the printable. Some of the words are "it" family words and some are not.

For example, the words "oar," "cat" and "dog" are also included in the selection. The student must glue the words into the house that are in the "it" family.

Mice Are Nice

This worksheet teaches students about the long "i" sound by using the sound made with the letters "ice." Words included that fit in this word family include:

  • Dice
  • Rice
  • Nice
  • Ice
  • Mice
  • Twice

How to Use the Worksheet

Instruct students to complete the beginnings of words ending in "ice." There are two columns and the first word in each column is already completed as "mice" and "nice". An answer key with possible solutions is provided with the printable.

Why Learn Word Families

Taking the time to learn word families helps students with spelling and word recognition. It can enhance reading skills and affords students an opportunity to learn about rhyming words.

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Build this word spinner using a pencil and a paperclip. Then students can play word games with it.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Word Slider, Flashcards, and Word Wheel

Use these flashcards for practicing word family words, learning games, or word family scavenger hunts.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Cut out the wheel and assemble with paper fasteners. Spin to reveal words. Read the words fan, man, ran, pan, than, van, and plan.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grade
More Word Family Units

Download printables from dozens of word family units. Includes -ack, -ad,
-ap, -ap, -am, -an, -ail, all, -and, -aw,
-ay, -eal, -ear, -eat, -ed, -el, -ent, -ink,
-ip, -it, -ook, -op, -ub, -ump, -ug, -unk, and -ut.

Short-A Printables

This page has a short-a matching card game, word wheels, poems, a mystery picture, sorting pictures, and much, much more.

Trace and Write Worksheets - Word Families

-an Word Family - Flashcards

Printable Word Family Mini-book (-an)

Sours: https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/word-family-an.html


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