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Word Family Activities Collage

 

 

Colin is working on his first sets of word families. YAY!!! We have been using Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschooling for his reading (he is in the McGuffey Primer level right now). He seems to be doing well but I think he needs some extra practice, so I came up with a few ideas. 😉

 

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First I made up some simple flashcards.

 

 

 

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Then I made a memory game. He LOVES this!!!!

 

 

 

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Then I made some of those sliding thingies. 😉

I think I may redo those…. It was 6 am and I was a little tired. LOL

 

 

 

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This was his favorite. I wrote some of his words in white crayon on white construction paper and had him use his water colors. As soon as he found a word I had him read it to me.

 

These activities seem to be helping  him tremendously!!!

 

Here are a few links to other word family/sight word activities and printables.

 

St Aiden’s Homeschool – word family printable workbooks (I used these to teach Cailey how to read)

Creative Family Fun – Word Family Sort (making this today)

The Measured Mom – Word Family Houses – printables

The Educators’ Spin on It – LOTS of activities and a link up

Make, Take and Teach – 18 free word slide printables (so much prettier than my construction paper ones)

Kids Activities Blog – Word family flip chart

 

HAVE FUN HOMESCHOOLING!!!!!

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Comments on: "Easy Word Family/Sight Word Activities" (4)

  1. Great ideas! My grandson is starting to read and this would be great for him!

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