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CVCe Words Draw Its | CVCe Worksheets for Science of Reading Centers

This CVCe Draw Its Game is a part of Science of Reading Literacy Centers that provide meaningful practice for growing readers! Support your readers decoding skills and confidence with this CVCe activity. Students will build a solid decoding foundation while staying engaged in this purposeful activity all while you are using your science of reading small group curriculumย to meet readers where they are!

 

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This CVCe Draw Its Game is a part of Science of Reading Literacy Centers that provide meaningful practice for growing readers! Support your readers decoding skills and confidence with this CVCe activity. Students will build a solid decoding foundation while staying engaged in this purposeful activity all while you are using your science of reading small group curriculum to meet readers where they are!

 

**SAVE with the CVCe Words Science of Reading Literacy Centers BUNDLE of 10 activities!**

Who is this for?
The CVCe Words Center is created for the teacher who is ready to dive into rethinking their literacy instruction from beginning to end! Kindergarten through First Grade students will find these centers helpful as they work to build and solidify a strong literacy foundation based on research.

What’s inside?

  • Teacher Directions
  • Students Directions
  • CVCe Words Center Activity: 16 CVCe Words Draw It Cards

If you are looking for:

  • Engaging activities
  • Easy prep
  • No-stress management

THIS IS A PERFECT FIT FOR YOUR CLASSROOM!

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I am happy to answer any questions you may have before making your purchase. I hope you enjoy this resource in your classroom!

Happy Reading!
Amanda Richardson
Mrs. Richardson’s Class

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