Free CVCC Word Family Color by Letter: -ACK, -ECK -ICK, -OCK, -UCK

The next set of learning to read printables is out for the CVCC Word Family for: -ack, -eck, -ick, -ock, -uck. This set of printables is the Color by Letter. These are a favorite at our house. This is their favorite way to make their own cards. While we work each of the words, they can make their own flash cards.

We always use them many different ways. I like having different learning tools for each of my girls. These printables match up with the rest of the learning to read series for the CVCC words.

Free CVCC Word Family Color by Letter: -ACK, -ECK -ICK, -OCK, -UCK -

The single page with the words is an easy way to put the words they are working on in a binder for a reminder of what words they are doing.

Free CVCC Word Family Color by Letter: -ACK, -ECK -ICK, -OCK, -UCK -

The second type is cards they can color. This allows a different way to review the words. You can do matching card game with the two different cards for the series. Lately we have been putting the cards on rings to keep track of them.

Free CVCC Word Family Color by Letter: -ACK, -ECK -ICK, -OCK, -UCK -

Each set has the same color by letter code. This makes it easy to use. I use the same for all the color by letter activities. Nothing says you have to use this. You can always color the letters in red for vowel and blue for consonant. They are so many ways you can use these.

Free CVCC Word Family Color by Letter: -ACK, -ECK -ICK, -OCK, -UCK -

What you will find in these printables:

  • Color by Letter Page
  • Color by Letter Cards
  • Color by Letter Code
  • CVC Word Family Words -ack, -eck, -ick, -ock, -uck.
Free CVCC Word Family Color by Letter: -ACK, -ECK -ICK, -OCK, -UCK -

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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.
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