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CVC Words Phoneme Frames - CVC, CVC word, three phoneme words, phoneme frame, phoneme, phonemes, Segmenting, DfES Letters and Sounds, Letters and sounds

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  • 1 day ago

    Lovely as an independent activity - thank-you!

  • 2 days ago

    very usefull

  • 2 days ago

    one to one is very useful :)

  • 2 days ago

    one to one is very useful :)

  • 4 days ago

    I plan to use this for final consosnant deletion in a Speech Therapy session!!!!

  • 5 days ago

    The boxes do not take into account letter formations. Lots of children need to look at the whole shape of the word. If this resource did this, it would be considerably better.

    • 4 days ago

      HI there rachelroberts77, thanks for your comment! I have passed your request on to our resource designers who will be in touch if they are able to make this version for you. :)

  • 5 days ago

    Write the room- post them around the room and students look at the picture and write the corresponding words.

  • Apr 11th

    On my independent writing table, children can practise using phonics to spell words.

  • Apr 11th

    On my independent writing table, children can practise using phonics to spell words.

  • Apr 9th

    small group work

  • Apr 8th

    spelling with eal chlld in y1

  • Apr 7th

    Phonics support with a small group

  • Apr 7th

    Spelling with a small group.

  • Apr 7th

    To practice with my class.

  • Apr 2nd

    Literacy groups rotations

  • Mar 31st

    Phonics work with a student

  • Mar 31st

    Phonics work with a student

  • Mar 30th

    PHONIC WORK WITH MY GROUP

  • Mar 27th

    I would like to use this resource during Universal access group time.

  • Mar 27th

    I am going to use this in a center and Have my students build the words with letter tiles.

  • Mar 27th

    young children to learn

  • Mar 26th

    to use in reception for a child I am one to one with

  • Mar 25th

    Activity for Y1 for children struggling with their phonics programme

  • Mar 24th

    grate to teach with

  • Mar 24th

    blending activities

  • Mar 24th

    pre primary blending

  • Mar 22nd

    I will use these frames for ESL children. They are learning phonics as well as word acquisition through CVC pictures. This is a fantastic resource. Thank you!

  • Mar 21st

    Kindergarten students working on reading and blending cvc words.

  • Mar 21st

    For some struggling spellers

  • Mar 20th

    to teach my 5 year old how to spell

  • Mar 19th

    practicing cvc word and sounding out words.

  • Mar 19th

    practicing CVC words to aid reading and writing

  • Mar 19th

    To Teach CVC words

  • Mar 17th

    practicing the basic cvc words to enhance 4-5 year olds reading and writing

  • Mar 17th

    grade 2 sound a,b,c

  • Mar 17th

    for kids that are having a hard time sounding out

  • Mar 16th

    great for quick spelling and sound work

  • Mar 16th

    for my 4year to pratice

  • Mar 16th

    For practice with my 4 year old.

  • Mar 16th

    phonics

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    sen phonics

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    Guided reading follow up

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    Phonic resources

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    Literacy resource

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    literacy resource

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    literacy resource

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    EAL students

  • Mar 11th

    I will this for the kindergartners I work will o help them learn to read

  • Mar 11th

    Letters and sounds activities

  • Mar 11th

    my classroom

  • Mar 11th

    for my classroom

  • Mar 9th

    for a phonic station in my classroom

  • Mar 9th

    SEN children

  • Mar 9th

    love this. kids will love it also basic but not childish

  • Mar 8th

    To support children with global delay with visual phonics resources, in particular with initial word sounds.

  • Mar 5th

    thanks!

  • Mar 4th

    eal support with blending for my daughter

  • Mar 4th

    EAL support with blending

  • Mar 4th

    Group work in phonics

  • Mar 3rd

    warm up

  • Mar 2nd

    satpin teaching resource

  • Feb 20th

    eal children

  • Feb 18th

    Teaching reading

  • Feb 12th

    small L

  • Feb 10th

    Small EYFS writing group

  • Feb 10th

    teaching sounds to special needs children

  • Feb 10th

    Small flexible reading groups

  • Feb 9th

    We are working on cvc words initial sounds.

  • Feb 9th

    Will use with older struggling readers who have poor phonemic awareness and phonics skills

  • Feb 9th

    Fantastic. Ideal for Early years.

  • Feb 9th

    reading

  • Feb 9th

    SEN reinforcement visually impaired can use the brailed word with the tactile resource for association

  • Feb 9th

    Loving the black and white version! Thanks so much

  • Feb 9th

    literacy activity

  • Feb 8th

    small groups of low ability

  • Feb 8th

    small group and individual special needs children needing extra practice, beat the clock to show improvement

  • Feb 7th

    helping my child to read

  • Feb 6th

    SEN

  • Feb 6th

    Twinkl has some of the brightest and clearest resources online. We are embarking on home schooling for the next 9 months while we travel - we use various types of resources to appeal to our two boys' individual style of learning. Twinkl has resources that cover multiple styles.

  • Feb 6th

    Helping children to read

  • Feb 6th

    Independent task for literacy activity groups

  • Feb 5th

    helping children in early years to read

  • Feb 5th

    independent guided reading activity for ch working in phase 2/3

  • Feb 5th

    I will use these on a one to one basis for SEN children

  • Feb 5th

    to help my child blend

  • Feb 5th

    I will use it during guided reading sessions as an independent activity

  • Feb 5th

    I am helping my son learn to spell, I think this will be a very way to do that.

  • Feb 5th

    word construction

  • Feb 5th

    For use with children who are still struggling to blend in year 1

  • Feb 5th

    I use blending and segmenting games as a beginning reading skill with my kindergartners. They first should be able to blend sounds to make words, this is an auditory skill, and then being able to segment is a later skill. Beautiful picture cards!

  • Feb 4th

    great for the EAL children that I work with.

  • Feb 4th

    I'm a teacher and blending is a new thing in the country. so i'm trying to make my pupils to learn blending with fun..

  • Feb 4th

    I'm a parent volunteer in school - and I'd love to have my own resources , to prepare the activities .Thank you

  • Feb 4th

    to match words with objects to simplify blending

  • Feb 4th

    to introduce blending

  • Feb 3rd

    To use as a practical activity with a 3 children in my class who are finding blending difficult

  • Feb 3rd

    letters and sounds group.

  • Feb 3rd

    to laminate to use with SEN pupils with drywipe pens. Pupil very happy doing this as opposed to writing on paper.

  • Feb 3rd

    Used with SEN pupils, laminated to use with both magnetic letters and white board markers.

  • Feb 3rd

    to teach sen

  • Feb 3rd

    Teacch activity, SEN

  • Feb 3rd

    make two sets and use as snap cards

  • Feb 2nd

    sen phonics

  • Feb 2nd

    phonics with eyfs

  • Feb 2nd

    SEN phonics with 14 year old who can't read.

  • Feb 2nd

    phonics

  • Feb 1st

    phonics

  • Feb 1st

    Phonics

  • Feb 1st

    Phonics

  • Feb 1st

    Phonics session

  • Jan 31st

    During phonics

  • Jan 31st

    Independent practice during guided Reading

  • Jan 31st

    Independent practice during Guided reading

  • Jan 30th

    outside resource

  • Jan 30th

    outside literacy area

  • Jan 30th

    Less able children blending activities

  • Jan 30th

    EAL Student

  • Jan 30th

    I am using this resource in my phonic lessons to help children with cvc word building.

  • Jan 30th

    daughter learning cvc words

  • Jan 29th

    Support EYFS reading and writing activities

  • Jan 29th

    child learning CVC words and needs VAK stimulus

  • Jan 29th

    independent practice and review

  • Jan 29th

    Phonics

  • Jan 29th

    Great for early phonics.

  • Jan 29th

    Phonics

  • Jan 28th

    literacy activities

  • Jan 28th

    Reading Activity

  • Jan 28th

    for a child who is developing phonological skills

  • Jan 27th

    Learner learning phonics early stages reading for confidence. Starting letter and ending letter,

  • Jan 27th

    Literacy, Learning support

  • Jan 27th

    a child who is developing phonological skills

  • Jan 27th

    a child struggling with word and letter recognition

  • Jan 26th

    i look after 2 boys with cerebral palsy and this will help with sounds and blending.

  • Jan 26th

    Three letter phonetic word building using these visual clues and will use objects.
    just perfect for my new readers.

  • Jan 26th

    To support Jolly phonics. Sounding outand writing simple cvc words.

  • Jan 25th

    to support f2 phonics

  • Jan 25th

    to support KS1 letters and sounds

  • Jan 24th

    to help with decoding/ segmenting

  • Jan 24th

    to practice phonic sounds

  • Jan 24th

    to help my KS1 phonics group

  • Jan 24th

    To assist preschoolers with their cvc words

  • Jan 24th

    To help my Daughter practice her phonics sounds

  • Jan 24th

    Kindergarten teacher

  • Jan 23rd

    Intervention/differentiation

  • Jan 23rd

    To help my son with his CVC words

  • Jan 23rd

    Intervention group

  • Jan 23rd

    To reinforce CVC words

  • Jan 23rd

    To help me with my BRP programme and to recognise the sounds and letters.

  • Jan 23rd

    Practice phonetic sounds

  • Jan 23rd

    to help children who are beginning to read to recognise the individual sounds of the letter and phonetic and spelling practice.

  • Jan 23rd

    Recognition, reinforcement and phonic and spelling practice of CVC words.

  • Jan 22nd

    small group work for reinforcement

  • Jan 22nd

    small group work

  • Jan 22nd

    classresourse for small group

  • Jan 22nd

    intervention with emergent readers

  • Jan 21st

    one to one work

  • Jan 21st

    To help with phonics with KS 1 child

  • Jan 21st

    Literacy independent activities

  • Jan 20th

    This is for literacy workstations.

  • Jan 20th

    I use these to help my daughter (autistic/home educated) to practice her CVC spelling and letter formation, as she has trouble with sizing of letters having the boxes is a great aid for this. I have also printed four pages on one page (that works out as 8 pictures on one sheet) at a reduced size to help practice the smaller letter sizing.

  • Jan 20th

    Help my daughter

  • Jan 20th

    Word Work

  • Jan 20th

    eal

  • Jan 19th

    cvc language

  • Jan 19th

    cvc langauage

  • Jan 19th

    language work

  • Jan 19th

    xxx

  • Jan 19th

    For classroom montessori activities.

  • Jan 19th

    international student, learning English for the first time.

  • Jan 19th

    initial, middle and final sound of phonetic words with reception class.

  • Jan 19th

    cvc words

  • Jan 19th

    special education - phonics

  • Jan 18th

    cvc words

  • Jan 18th

    Nursery writing area, to extend high ability

  • Jan 18th

    Reception Phonic groups

  • Jan 16th

    the picture next to the bat is "ham"

    • Jan 17th

      Hi hazel.searle, thank you for your review and thank you for pointing this out, I have passed it on to our design to get it updated as soon as possible for you. :)

  • Jan 16th

    what is the answer to picture next to the bat?

    Thanks in advance

  • Jan 16th

    These will great for my class to begin segmenting words.

  • Jan 16th

    to help my son with literacy

  • Jan 16th

    Litercacy skills

  • Jan 15th

    use with a special needs child to aid spelling

  • Jan 15th

    literacy skills

  • Jan 15th

    phonics display

  • Jan 15th

    new starter in class

  • Jan 15th

    Intervention

  • Jan 15th

    helping a pre-entry learner to learn to read

  • Jan 15th

    letters and sounds

  • Jan 15th

    Independent activity during guided reading sessions. Children create the words using magnetic letters and place them on top of the laminated cards.

  • Jan 14th

    less able for phonic cvc laminated and then used daily

  • Jan 14th

    teaching phonics

  • Jan 14th

    Small group Phonics

  • Jan 14th

    guided reading groups, literacy group work

  • Jan 14th

    Phonic support group

  • Jan 13th

    Phonics support group.

  • Jan 13th

    classroom activities

  • Jan 13th

    phonics group

  • Jan 13th

    classroom activities

  • Jan 13th

    segmenting

  • Jan 12th

    segmenting for writing

  • Jan 12th

    early writing

  • Jan 12th

    The higher ability group with in my setting, small group literacy sessions.

  • Jan 12th

    phonics group activity

  • Jan 12th

    outdoor learning

  • Jan 12th

    My phonics group.

  • Jan 12th

    homework

  • Jan 12th

    Phonics!

  • Jan 12th

    RML

  • Jan 12th

    P LEVEL cvc spellings

  • Jan 12th

    ESL Reception to help with phonics

  • Jan 11th

    SEN, to help phonics

  • Jan 11th

    phonics.

  • Jan 11th

    phonics

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    phonics

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    phonics

  • Jan 11th

    phonics

  • Jan 11th

    definitely laminate and use for spelling and phonics exercises

  • Jan 11th

    phonics

  • Jan 11th

    Play-doh station. Laminate and reuse.

  • Jan 11th

    phonics resource, again laminate and reuse time after time.

  • Jan 11th

    phonic activities - laminate and use whiteboard pen

  • Jan 11th

    Reception class resource

  • Jan 11th

    phonics

  • Jan 10th

    phonics

  • Jan 10th

    classroom resources

  • Jan 9th

    teaching phonic awareness and phonics

  • Jan 9th

    teaching segmenting in phonics

  • Jan 9th

    a small literacy group of children who are low ability and need a visual support guide.

  • Jan 9th

    phonicsWhat would you use this resource for?

  • Jan 9th

    phonics

  • Jan 8th

    phonics

  • Jan 8th

    phonics and IEP goals

  • Jan 8th

    phonic activities and writing/spelling

  • Jan 8th

    phonics and writing

  • Jan 8th

    IEP sessions to help children become aware of cvc words and that there are three sound in these words.

  • Jan 8th

    phonics and writing

  • Jan 8th

    phonics

  • Jan 7th

    spellings and handwriting

  • Jan 7th

    Phonics

  • Jan 7th

    Phonics

  • Jan 7th

    Phonics CVC words

  • Jan 7th

    Classroom resources

  • Jan 7th

    I am going to use this resource with the EAL children.

  • Jan 7th

    supporting developing writers

  • Jan 7th

    my daughter

  • Jan 7th

    teaching materials for my students and requirements for school also.

  • Jan 7th

    Teaching resource while tutoring

  • Jan 7th

    a teaching resource

  • Jan 7th

    to use as part of phonics lessons

  • Jan 7th

    teaching phonics!!!!!

  • Jan 6th

    To assist with phonics

  • Jan 6th

    To assist with phonics

  • Jan 6th

    literacy skills

  • Jan 6th

    for assessing blending ability

  • Jan 6th

    literacy skills

  • Jan 6th

    support EAL children.

  • Jan 6th

    For my students!

  • Jan 6th

    support

  • Jan 6th

    Support daily activities for my SEN group

  • Jan 5th

    center activities for my students

  • Jan 5th

    To assist with their knowledge of phonics

  • Jan 5th

    teaching phonemes

  • Jan 5th

    To assist with phonic sounds and CVC words

  • Jan 5th

    CVC spelling for Foundation level.

  • Jan 5th

    SEN class of Year 6's

  • Jan 5th

    A work station idea.

  • Jan 4th

    This looks like a wonderful resource to improve cvc spelling efforts with my Kindergarteners. They are exceptional readers, but are not yet transferring that information into their journals. I intend to make a game of this using scrabble letters in one of my stations. I have other vowel based games for them to use, too. Thanks so much!

  • Jan 4th

    Great resource! Just a little silly question...there are three very similar pictures - just the face of a boy with glasses, a full-length picture of a boy and a picture of three boys' faces...is the CVC word BOY each time?

    • Jan 4th

      don't know if they got back to you, but from my American perspective I would say the picture of the male face with glasses is a "man", the boy standing is a "lad" and the three males with glasses are "men". Also the girl sitting is a "gal" and the faucet is a "tap". I think the crib would be called a "pen" ? Not sure about that one, but I noticed in another post that the clothespin is called a "peg".

    • Jan 5th

      Hi there yamini_r and mrsjloves2teach, thanks for your comments! I have asked our head resource designer the answer to your query and I will be in touch shortly with the answer! :)

    • Jan 6th

      Thanks sophie.h@twinkl...have not checked my email recently, will do so now.

      mrsjlovestoteach, good suggestions...though I assumed the girl sitting was plainly "sit" and what you call a crib is commonly known as a cot in British English. I'm used to using the words "tap" and "peg" :) Funny how English isn't English everywhere in the world :D

  • Jan 4th

    IEP work

  • Jan 4th

    to support work in the classroom

  • Jan 4th

    SEN child in my class

  • Jan 4th

    phonics group and gaps in phonic knowledge

  • Jan 4th

    my little phonics group

  • Jan 3rd

    cut out letters and put them on the wrong cards - example h-a-t is in the fan card , get the kids to sort them out to spell the item correctly.

  • Jan 2nd

    TA Training

  • Jan 2nd

    learning phonics

  • Jan 2nd

    learning phonics

  • Jan 2nd

    rhyming resources

  • Jan 2nd

    learning cvc words

  • Dec 30th, 2014

    Phonic awareness and blending sounds together.

  • Dec 30th, 2014

    wordbuilding with children in classroom

  • Dec 30th, 2014

    awareness of each letter or digraph having a certain sound.

  • Dec 29th, 2014

    letters and sounds programme

  • Dec 29th, 2014

    phonic awareness

  • Dec 29th, 2014

    phonics and THRASS elaboration

  • Dec 28th, 2014

    I'll use to improve the skills of my children

  • Dec 27th, 2014

    SEN Y2 Phonics

  • Dec 23rd, 2014

    Year r phonics

  • Dec 19th, 2014

    phonics

  • Dec 18th, 2014

    speech and language

  • Dec 18th, 2014

    extra phonics

  • Dec 18th, 2014

    one to one work for speech and language

  • Dec 16th, 2014

    we are introducing jolly phonics so this is good for class to try using their knowledge to write words

  • Dec 15th, 2014

    I am working with phonological awareness with one of my students. We are learning to segment CVC words. I think some of the words are very non-American English, though. I have no idea what CVC word is for a clothespin...

    • Dec 15th, 2014

      Hey there Cheriewren, thanks for commenting! As twinkl are based in England, unless we have make an American alternative our resources will be created with British-English. The CVC word for the clothespin would be 'peg' :)

  • Dec 15th, 2014

    segmenting and blending

  • Dec 15th, 2014

    Ideal for my K-2 ESL students

  • Dec 11th, 2014

    segmenting and blending

  • Dec 10th, 2014

    segmenting and blending

  • Nov 25th, 2014

    ESL students who have a weak or no grasp of the Standard Australian English would benefit from these flashcards.

  • Nov 18th, 2014

    phonemic awareness --segmenting and blending

  • Nov 14th, 2014

    I have a group of struggling 1st graders who need practice with segmenting and blending cvc words.

  • Nov 9th, 2014

    matching letters with junior scrabble tiles

  • Nov 5th, 2014

    phonics lessons

  • Nov 2nd, 2014

    Spelling

  • Oct 26th, 2014

    teaching students with Down syndrome phonics skills

    • Jan 7th

      Hi there,
      Please could you tell me what age are your DS pupils? Did you find this useful with your pupils?

  • Oct 24th, 2014

    to help to teach children sounding out

  • Oct 16th, 2014

    making words using phonic cubes and magnetic letters.

  • Oct 16th, 2014

    teaching children to write cvc words

  • Oct 12th, 2014

    laminating and recording on.

  • Oct 10th, 2014

    This will support the Jolly Phonics work we do in our class. I will use them in our Literacy Work Stations (Debbie Diller) This resource will be well used. Thanks so much!

  • Oct 7th, 2014

    I always get the children to challenge eachother, and I sit back and watch, I use my KS1 EAL pupils in very small groups.

  • Oct 7th, 2014

    We have used these with EAL pupils, as flash cards to say "What is this?" and pupils have to respond with "This ia a" or "It is a/an" and then got them to sort in to sound piles and then writing in the cvc word. Laminated ones can be reused!

  • Oct 6th, 2014

    small group phonics

  • Sep 29th, 2014

    With my class in small groups after our phonic lesson.

  • Sep 13th, 2014

    I would use this resource to show sound/letter position,writing letters as I make the sound.

  • Sep 13th, 2014

    for teaching short vowel a in my grade 1 lesson as a diffrenciation activity

  • Sep 7th, 2014

    Literacy centre activity

  • Sep 7th, 2014

    independent activity in class

  • Sep 5th, 2014

    I use them to help my daughter learn the spellings and write the words appropraitely

  • Sep 2nd, 2014

    I use this resource as an independent guided reading activity for my Year 1 class.

  • Aug 31st, 2014

    In my Y1 class at the beginning of the year I will laminate them and they can use them independently.

  • Aug 28th, 2014

    I will also laminate and use for phonic groups.

  • Jul 16th, 2014

    Thank you for creating this. I too will laminate the cards so the children can use independently

  • Jul 10th, 2014

    Like others have said, I too will laminate as an independent wipe-clean activity. Another great Twinkl resource - thanks.

  • May 8th, 2014

    excellent resource I plan to use this as an extended phonics activity

  • Mar 6th, 2014

    I will use this to work with EAL children with no or little English.

  • Feb 10th, 2014

    I will laminate and use with wipe board pens-free choice activity. Also use for vocabulary building for children for whom english is not their first language. Invaluable-thanks

  • Jan 15th, 2014

    will use this with my phonics group. as I have a SEN child the visuals will be good ..thank you :)

  • Jan 10th, 2014

    This is a lovely resource. I will use them with my juniors who are starting to blend and are starting to write. Thanks.

  • Nov 7th, 2013

    Thanks for commenting - I hope your kindergarten class enjoy using this resource! :)

  • Nov 7th, 2013

    I will be using these CVC word frames with my kindergarten class! Thanks a lot!

  • Oct 4th, 2013

    LOVE

  • Jun 4th, 2013

    I 'm not familiar with few words... :))

  • May 24th, 2013

    I will use these cvc mats for my higher achievers to encou
    rage them to form words by looking at the pictures.

  • Apr 21st, 2013

    excellent for those who struggle to recall how many letters in a word. very useful. thanks

  • Oct 26th, 2012

    Great resource, especially good to help with differentiation in the classroom!

  • Apr 1st, 2012

    I think it is MIX : )
    mysharona333

  • Mar 30th, 2012

    What is the picture of the bowl and turning spoon?

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CVC Words Phoneme Frames

CVC Words Phoneme Frames - A set of phoneme frames, use with CVC words. Useful for children to practice the skills of segmenting and can be used as part of the Letters and Sounds framework.

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