These Stamp and Write Short Vowel CVC Booklets were originally published 9 years ago in 2014! I gave them an overhaul with fresh graphics and fonts, so please re-download this packet if you have purchased it in the past!
I left the original content and pictures of the beginning of this post intact:
My girls love anything that is in the form of a booklet. I don’t know why a little book makes an activity seem extra special, but it does!
My 5 year-old is a very early reader and needs lots of practice and reinforcement in fun ways. While my 7-year-old is a fairly moderate reader, she still needs lots of reading practice.
To make CVC practice a little more fun, I created a set of Short Vowel CVC Booklets for them to work on.
They loved them! They sat at our school table one afternoon and worked on them for an hour! Coloring and stamps never seem like “school” – just fun. 🙂
As it should be!
➡ There are a multitude of phonics activities for early readers here at Mama’s Learning Corner! You will find hands-on activities, rhyming practice, word searches, color by code, and much more!
Stamp and Write Short Vowel CVC Booklets
This set of Short Vowel CVC printable set contains 5 booklets, one for each vowel. Each booklet contains a cover page, 10 CVC pages, and an ‘I can read…’ Page that includes all of the words used in the booklet.
The cover page should be first and then ‘I can read…’ Page should be last. You and your child can determine the order of the rest of the pages as you wish!
After printing, cut each page in half along the dotted lines. Then staple down the grey edge to make a book.
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Directions for Using These Phonics Booklets
After your child identifies the object pictured, she can use stamps to spell the word in the boxes. Help her sound out the word if needed and identify each of the three sounds that all CVC words have.
The alphabet stamps I had for my girls were very well-loved and I had to throw them away several years ago. I recently bought the Melissa & Doug Wooden Stamp Set with uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers and we LOVE it! I have a numbers boy on my hands, and he really likes that they included operators and an equals sign for him to create equations.
If you don’t have stamps or your child doesn’t like to use stamps, the spelling boxes fit the All About Spelling letter tiles perfectly.
After stamping the word, your child can practice writing on the lines provided.
On the last page of the booklet, you will find the ‘I Can Read Short ___ Words’ Page. It will review each of the words reviewed in the booklet. Even if your child only completes a page or two a day from the booklet, make sure you read through the CVC list each time.
You can never over read CVC words in the early years!
After stamping and writing the word, feel free to color the pictures! My girls loved to color, so I made the pictures quite large for the coloring fans. ❤
The stamps that you see my boy using in the picture are the Melissa & Doug stamp set I mentioned earlier in the post.
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