Yes, it is still apple week! We are on day 2. Make sure to check out Cassie’s Apple Printables and Deidre’s Apple Printables!
How to Set Up the Apple CVC Reading
Just cut out either the colored apples or the black and white apples with pictures. The last page is the matching page!
There isn’t much prep involved with this activity. It’s fairly simple prep and a pretty simple activity!
How to Use the Apple CVC Words
I wanted to make sure Logi-Bear was not just reading the word, but understanding what he was reading. So I wanted an activity that would require him to read the word first.
The first step in this activity is to read the word. There are dots and arrows under each word to help guide them while they are sounding out the words.
They can start with any word on the page. Just sound out the word, identify what they are reading, and find the matching apple!
Then move the apple to the apple above the word.
There are 9 words on this page from all of the short letter vowel sounds and a good variety of easy CVC Words. Early readers should have a fairly easy time reading them but the practice will be worth it! After all, practice makes progress.