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This ET Word Family Workbook includes a variety of printable worksheets for kindergarten students. Kids learn to read and write words with the same ending sound. Kids practice reading, spelling, categorizing, sorting, chunking, and building words. Words included in this workbook: net, met, set, get, pet, jet, vet, wet.
In this package, the teacher find learning tools for the classroom: ET word family poster, word wall cards, flash cards and clip cards for literacy center and more.
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Reading Skills. Students will complete different reading activities. With reading cards, students will identify the short E medial sound and the -ET word family. Students will read CVC words, short passages, short story and mini-book (combine pre-primer Dolch list and CVC words).
Reading Comprehension. After reading a short story, students will glue pictures following the sequencing in the story and answer a few questions.
Writing Skills. Students will practice tracing CVC words, writing and spelling in different ways. They will build short ĕ words using different materials, they will write words by hearing them, connect letters to construct the word and more.
Creativity. Students encouraged to colour the pictures for the words they have learned.
As well, they practice fine motor skills and perform a sorting activity.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
1. Two ET Word Family Classroom Posters.
2. Flash Cards: the short e sound, the ET word family.
3. Clip Cards: identify the short sound, identify the word family.
4. Short e Sound Worksheets: Wet, Vet, Jet, Get, Pet, Set, Met, Net.
5. ET Word Family Worksheets: Wet, Vet, Jet, Get, Pet, Set, Met, Net.
6. Short Story | Reading Comprehension
7. ET Word Family Spelling Dictionary
8. Cut and Paste | Sorting ET Family Words
9. ET Word Family Review Sheet
10. Eight ET Family Words Puzzles
COMMON CORE ALIGNMENT
Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words.1 (This does not include CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)
Associate the long and short sounds with the common spellings (graphemes) for the five major vowels.
With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
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Pages: 38 (including cover)
File Size: 8.6 MB
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License: Individual nontransferable
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