Leaf CVC Clip Cards Free Printable
This free reading activity comes with 24 fall leaf clip cards for practicing CVC words and building fine motor skills. Add them to your literacy centers for lots of fun and learning this fall!
Kindergarteners spend a lot of time practicing CVC words because they are the foundation for reading. CVC words are easy to decode, follow the basic phonetic rules, and are usually included in the child’s vocabulary.
Your students will use their knowledge of letters and sounds and word family patterns to practice sounding out CVC words and matching the correct picture with the word on the leaf card.
The resource includes words like map, pen, lip, pot, and sun. There are words with all the short vowels for lots of reading practice.
This fun learning activity will be ready in no time with three easy steps! Print, cut, laminate, DONE! Don’t spend all your prep time creating CVC word activities when I have you covered.
Gather some clothespins or cute clips, and your students will be ready to practice in no time.
Setting Up the Fall CVC Words Clip Cards
- Leaf Clip Cards (button to get them at the bottom of this post)
- Clothespins, clips, or paperclips
- Print the cards. There are 4 cards per page.
- Laminate the cards.
- Cut the cards apart.
- Slide the cards and clothespins or clips into a baggie or tray for easy storage and grab-and-go access.
How to Play the Fall CVC Game
Students will pick a card and look at the word printed on the leaf. Then they will sound out the CVC word and read it out loud to themselves.
Then they will look at the picture choices and choose the one that matches the word by clipping it with a clothespin.
Students could use these CVC word cards during language arts time, centers time, and so much more. They would even be a great addition to small group time.
They are perfect for kindergarten and first grade students to practice sounding out short vowel CVC words.
Lots of Uses
These fall CVC word cards would be so beneficial for multiple levels of readers. Your beginning readers can practice putting sounds together and ensuring the words match the pictures.
While more advanced readers can write their word choices on a recording sheet. By writing their answers, they would be practicing sounding out the word and writing the correct matching letter and letter formations.
Even higher students could be asked to use their words in a sentence or think of rhyming words to match the words on their cards.
These CVC clip cards are super versatile and can be used to meet your instructional needs and the needs of your students developmentally. You can incorporate these into whole group lessons, small group lessons, literacy centers, and word work, or use them for independent practice, morning work, or reading warm-ups.
Your kids will love these fall leaves CVC clip cards to practice reading CVC words in a fun, hands-on way!
Click the button below to get the leaf CVC clip cards. Enjoy!