CVC Vowel Deck Pirate Hunt For Buried Treasure

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by Rakovic Speech and Language Chat

Price: 210 points or $2.1 USD

Subjects: ela,speech,specialed

Grades: 13,1,2

Description: This is a pirate-themed CVC word activity. I have students that continue to have difficulty with the vowel sounds. I wanted to have a way for them to practice and for me to have an easy way to record data. Having activities that are fun also helps the students practice and remember. To effectively assist students in learning and identifying CVC (Consonant-Vowel-Consonant) words, one can employ a structured approach that focuses on recognizing patterns and differences in similar words, particularly through the variation of vowels. The Boom Deck allows you to provide immediate and positive feedback during activities to reinforce correct responses and gently correct mistakes. Encouragement can significantly boost a student's confidence and willingness to participate. Consistently revisit these exercises to reinforce learning. Regular practice helps solidify the connection between the sounds and their visual representation in words. By focusing on these activities, students can develop a strong foundational skill set in reading through the recognition and manipulation of simple CVC words. This approach not only enhances their decoding and phonetic skills but also builds a platform for more complex reading tasks. RF. K. 2. d - Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words.