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      Consonant Vowel Consonant (CVC) Words!

       Candy's Newest CVC Word Game 

   An ADVANCED CVC PDF File Folder Game

                           For just $3.97

 

          We've had so many requests for File Folder Games, so it is with much excitement that we make available

          to you our ADVANCED CVC File Folder Phonics Games targeted to teach over 200 CVC words.  When

          children learn to blend together CVC words distinquishing clearly between the vowel sounds, it proves

          extremely effective in reinforcing phonemic awareness for beginning readers.

          Especially important for children is to learn:
          1) to differentiate between the distinct vowel sounds

 

          2) to blend a vowel with an initial consonant sound


          3) to tack on the final consonant letter sound by learning to blend all the way through CVC words.

          FIRST STEP - blend a consonant with a vowel (CV)
          SECOND STEP - blending that(CV) with a final consonant(CVC)

          Candy 4WAY Phonics recognizes how vital is it for children to hear and learn the distinction between the

          individual vowel sounds. This is why we have developed a  new file-folder game entitled: IT IS A ? that

          uses RED color letters to show VOWELS and BLACK color letters to show CONSONANTS.  Learning to

          distinguish between the vowel sounds is also why we are including with this file folder game  

          our short-vowel multisensory vowel flashcard/wallcards. Each of these LARGE five Multisensory

          flashcards/wallcards prints out at 8 1/2" X 11" and will enable children, in Multisensory format,to see, learn,

          pronounce, and remember the distinction between the vowel sounds.

 


         The IT IS A ? game is set up for 2 to 6 players. It includes 80 different game cards. As a result, children who

         often play IT IS A ? will be exposed to over 200 CVC words to blend. This truly will set the stage for

         enabling children to easily transition to long-vowel words - CVCC words.

 

                              Scroll down the page to view IT IS A ? game pictures. 

         Each game card contains either a single CVC word or a CV blend with varying consonant endings.

         Because this CVC phonics game contains 80 different game cards, teachers and parents can use the game

         cards outside game time for one-on-one or small group blending practice. Moreover, smaller selections of

         game cards can be used during the game to target specific CVC words.   In addition, these game cards

        could easily be adapted into other file folder games that use game boards.

         After downloading and printing the file, it will be fast and simple to set up your game for use. You may print

         as many sets as your family or class requires, but please do not make copies to share with others.

 

      Laminating your game will help it last longer.


         Keep in mind that each printer is different and the colors your printer uses may vary slightly from what

         you see in our photos.

 

To purchase this new Candy 4WAY Phonics File Folder Game for ADVANCED CVC Words, click here

                                   

 

 

 

To purchase this new Candy 4WAY Phonics File Folder Game for ADVANCED CVC Words, click here

 

 

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