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Read, Build, Write Printables

Read, Build, and Write mats are a fun way for you to squeeze in a little extra learning with your child. Print off one (or all) of the mats to use with your child or in your classroom. There are multiple colors of mats to choose between as well as various word cards for topics, books, and more!

The Read, Build, Write Mats are simple to use!  

Read: Place one of the cards in the top box and read the word together.

Build: Use letter tiles or magnets to build the word in the second box.

Write: Practice writing the word in the bottom box using Vis-a-vis markers.

Read! Build! Write! Mats

Read, Build, Write collage

The Read! Build! Write! mats include mats in seven different colors and ABC letter tiles in uppercase and lowercase. Additional vowel tiles are also included in a different color if you wish to emphasize the vowels in spelling. Scroll down for vocabulary cards to go along with the mats.

Download the main Read! Build! Write! Mats HERE

Click on the text links in the green columns below to download the vocabulary cards for the book go-alongs or various themes.

Vocabulary Cards

If you’d like an expanded set of letter tiles, we have a set of Letter Tile Magnets and phoneme color-coded Letter Tiles from All About Spelling. Both are available for purchase from their website. 


I ordered their magnets to use and they were wonderful because they are already perforated and self-adhesive ~ a huge help!

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  1. I really like these pages to extend hands-on learning after reading the books as well as to review everyday items (fruits, veggies, etc.).

  2. Lisa Smith says:

    Great great share! The biggest advantage of writing homeschool curriculum is that you are not restricted by the routine of attendance at classes but you can study at your own convenience.

  3. Hi, I have downloaded a good bit from your site – thank you! But with these RBW ones, I must not have your font, because the letter aren’t spaced correctly and the dashed/bold lines for writing only come across as backslashes. Do you know how I could remedy this? Thanks!

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  6. My Name (shyan) says:

    You have began getting build by a year 8 girl and a year 7girlandbot

  7. I have downloaded a good bit from your site – thank you! I am a Chinese mother.Your learning materials will help me a lot.Thank you again for your contribution.

  8. Thank you for the vocabulary words–they are awesome!!!

  9. Do you have these mats and cards in cursive?

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