CVC Word Family Paths By Word Family

Word paths or word mazes have been a favorite at our house for a long time. They are a fun way to work on the words, sounds and matching word families.

You can have so much fun with them. I’ve had word family paths on the site forever. They were one of the first printables that I made. The word family paths were due for an overhaul.

The CVC Word paths have been a favorite printable on the site for a long time. I love using them for reading and sounding out words.

CVC Word Paths or mazes - word paths by CVC word ending in tracing and follow the word with - 3Dinosaurs.com

Each of the mazes is a great no-prep printable that can be used to review CVC Word Family words with your kids.

One thing I like about the paths or word mazes is that there are really fun to use. You can see there are several words from each word family you can follow through the maze.

CVC Word Paths or mazes - word paths by CVC word ending in tracing and follow the word with - 3Dinosaurs.com

The second type of page is a tracing path or maze. This allows kids to trace each of the words while they go through the path.

CVC Word Paths or mazes - word paths by CVC word ending in tracing and follow the word with - 3Dinosaurs.com

Ways to use the CVC Word Family Mazes

The first type of maze can be used with a dot marker. They are fun to use and great for fine motor. You can say the word as you dot your way through the word paths. We used dot marker are lot on these mazes.

CVC Word Paths or mazes - word paths by CVC word ending in tracing and follow the word with - 3Dinosaurs.com

Another way to reuse these pages is to place an item on the words. You can use just about anything for this. We have used small erasers, buttons and other items. But one of the best you can use the glass gems or clear counters. They allow you to see the word under them.

CVC Word Paths or mazes - word paths by CVC word ending in tracing and follow the word with - 3Dinosaurs.com

We often use colored pencils or crayons to color the squares. If your kids are having troubles you can always give them the CVC Word Family Bookmarks or the CVC Word Family Wall Cards. You can see the wall cards below.

CVC Word Paths or mazes - word paths by CVC word ending in tracing and follow the word with - 3Dinosaurs.com

Here is a full list of things you could use with these pages to make them hands-on or no-prep.

The second type of word path is tracing the CVC Word Family words thorugh the path. This allows a little fine motor fun while working on the words. You can change this up by using fine line markers for them to trace the words.

CVC Word Paths or mazes - word paths by CVC word ending in tracing and follow the word with - 3Dinosaurs.com

If you don’t want a single use of the page them laminate it or put in a sheet protectors. Then you can trace the page over and over with dry erase markers.

CVC Word Paths or mazes - word paths by CVC word ending in tracing and follow the word with - 3Dinosaurs.com

What you will find in the CVC Word Family Paths:

Two types of paths for kids to follow while working on CVC Word Family Words.

CVC Word Paths Update - 3Dinosaurs.com

What you will find in these printables:

  • 45 pages of printables
  • One page for coloring CVC Word Family through word path
  • Second page for tracing cvc word family the Word through the path
  • It has the following Word Families: -ad, -ag, -am, -an, -ap, -ar, -at, -ay, -ed, -en, -et, -ig, -in -ip, -it, -og, -op, -ot, -ow, -ox, -oy, -ug, -un, -ut
  • Price: $4

If you want to check out a free sample of this you can go here to check out a sample of the pages.

If you want to grab the older versions of the path you can to the CVC Word Family and grab them on the individual pages for each word family ending.


Check out these other CVC Word Family Printables:

Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

About Cassie

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
This entry was posted in learning to read, store and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.