Three Letter Word Cards ~ Free Printable

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3 Letter Word Cards - 42 CVC words for children to sound and spell

 

Looking for an fun {and colorful} way to have your child sound out and spell three letter words? The Three Letter Word Cards contain a list of 42 3-letter CVC words for children to sound and spell using fun picture clues and hands-on learning.

The Three Letter Word Cards include:

  • 48 full color picture cards with word prompts {lightly shaded in gray}
  • 48 full color picture cards with no letter or word prompts
  • 2 sheets of color-coded letter tiles {upper and lower case}

Ideas for Using the Word Cards

Three Letter Word Puzzles

  1. For early learners – trace the shaded letters using Vis-à-vis markers or dry erase markers
  2. Match the correct letter tile to the letter on the puzzle card
  3. Spell the word with letter tiles using no prompts
  4. Write the letters in the squares using a vis-à-vis or dry erase marker

How We’re Using the 3 Letter Word Cards

We printed off our set onto cardstock and then laminated them to make them a bit more sturdy. {Note: This is how we laminate more inexpensively}. We’re using a cookie sheet as the base for our word cards and have added magnets to the back of the letters. If you are looking for magnets and an expanded set of GREAT letter tiles, All About Spelling has Letter Tile Magnets and Letter Tiles available that are already perforated ~ a huge help!

The letter tiles include vowels in both blue and pink. If you are teaching your child the difference between consonants and vowels, the pink tiles will come in handy to show that they are vowels in the CVC {consonant-vowel-consonant} words.

Ready to have some fun?

3 Letter Word Cards - 42 CVC words for spelling and reading

—->  Download the 3 Letter Word Cards here <—–

I’d love to hear how your children enjoy them!

Ready for Reading?

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If your child is ready for reading, take a look at All About Reading Level 1. We’ve used it with both of our boys and LOVED it! Use the Reading Readiness Checklist to help you decide if the program is right for you.

 

Supplies for the 3 Letter Word Cards


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Note: This idea came from a set of printables that I originally put together several years ago for Zachary, based on a thrift store find from a reader.

 

 

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jessica.anderson.1044 Jessica Anderson

    Thank you so much for these! I love them and I’ve been looking for something like this for a while! I’m so excited to use them with my little guy ;) Thanks for all your hard work and for sharing with all of us…it’s been such a blessing for my family.

  • Diane

    thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!!

  • http://www.christian-momma.com/ LaToya Edwards

    This great! I perfect for spelling lessons with my big guy and letter recognition with my little one!

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    yay!! Enjoy them LaToya! :)

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    most welcome, Diane. :)

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    My kids are enjoying them just as much – and I love being able to create them and share with you all!

  • http://www.facebook.com/kemetgoddess Donna Martin

    Thank you! We have started using these cards with our BOB Books.

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    I’m working on some more too! :)

  • Tanya Covatch

    These kinda remind me of the Melissa and Doug wooden word puzzles- which we LOVE but keep out of reach because all the little letter pieces can easily go missing. I love that these cards can be used with our AAR letter tiles- Perfect! Thank you! :)

  • Carrie Young

    Thank you. Having these cards will be so helpful and easy to use. I can see my students using them during center time.

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    yay!! Enjoy!

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    I haven’t seen those!! :) I love that our spelling pieces will be handy and used for these – it’s a great tie-in for us.

  • http://www.bytesofmemory.com/ Bytesofmemory

    These are going in a box tomorrow for Sammy to work on! I wonder if you could make some w/ basic blends (th, sh, ch).

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    hmmm…sounds like something for you to help me with {grins}

  • Sharon

    Thanks so much! These are awesome! So generous of you to share with everyone.

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    enjoy them! :)

  • Julie Cerdas

    Wow! Thank you!

  • Mrs. R.

    Thank you so much! We’re gonna hang onto these ’til our precious wee ones are ready for them. :-)

  • Claire @ angelicscalliwags

    These have come at such a great time. My daughter, just turned four, has been begging me to read for a year now, but can’t get the hang of blending letters together to make a word. She sight reads words from memory but she’s not quite mature enough to blend. These will be a great addition to her Jolly Phonics program to slow it and her down a little until she is ready for blending. Thanks Jolanthe!

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    have MUCH fun using them and I hope they help you bunches!! :)

  • http://LivingMontessoriNow.com Deb Chitwood

    These are FABULOUS, Jolanthe! I’m so glad you made the vowels in a separate color from the consonants! I featured your printable as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow (and on Pinterest)

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    that’s how our minds work now, thanks to All About Spelling. :) helps the kids remember that there needs to be at least one vowel in each word!

  • Tiffany H.

    I can’t download these…. it just goes to a blank page? Any suggestions?

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    You may want to try opening the file in another browser and be sure your adobe is up to date. The file is opening ok for me. Let me know if that doesn’t work. :) —
    Sent from Mailbox for iPhone

  • Anna

    Thank you for these. I have magnetic letters that we can use over the top -1 in square.

  • Cristina J. Rico

    this is very helpful for kids..Keep up the good work

  • Mathilde

    I’m getting a message that the 3-letter word cards file is damaged. I am unable to print these. Any suggestions? Thank you!!

  • cynthia

    I’m unable to download too, says damaged file:(

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    Just sent you an email with the file, Cynthia. :)

  • CJA

    I also can not download them, we already have all about spelling and these would be great to use with them – it says damaged file. Once you rest I would love a copy!

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    sending you an email in just a bit. :)

  • Mary

    I am not able to download the either. It says the file is damaged.

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    Just sent you an email. :)

  • Joel

    Thank you very much for sharing your materials… Its a blessing for a teacher like me to find a pupil- oriented material that will not only promote learning but also fun .. :)

  • Rebecca P

    thank you, Thank You, THANK YOU for this great pdf!! I was googling like crazy trying to find this, i was beginning to think i was going to have to make it myself.
    Every time we do a road trip I look for new educational things to do with my kiddos for their busy bags. I don’t have letter tiles, but am using water bottle caps and writing the letters on them, and putting a magnet on the back (cookie sheets in the car of course) My oldest is going into kindergarten this year and we are working on reading words and sounding them out.
    My youngest will be in 4 yr preschool so we are starting to work on it, both of these sets will be used this weekend for them both to practice!

  • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

    That’s a great idea, Rebecca!! :) I know how hard it is to keep the kids busy in the car on long trips! :) Have fun in your travels.


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