Become a detective and solve the case by deciphering the cvc words in these crack the code worksheet pages. These free crack the code worksheets printable will make practicing phonemic awareness, beginning sounds, initial sounds, reading, and spelling FUN for pre-k, kindergarten, and first graders! Simply print the crack the code worksheet pdf file with these printable crack the code for kids’ and you are ready to play and learn with an outrageously FUN, no-prep CVC Words Activities.
Crack the Code Worksheet
Learning to decode words by listening for the sounds alphabet letters make is hard work for young learners, but practice makes perfect! These outrageously fun kindergarten worksheets are sure to make it fun to work on reading skills and phonics. Children will become detectives as they listen for initial sounds to crack the code and solve the case! Each page of begining sound worksheets allows preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students to get in lots of phonemic awareness practice while having FUN! Whether you are a parent looking for some extra practice or summer learning, a classroom teacher making a fun literacy center or homework pack, or a homeschooling mom adding fun educational activities as a supplement to your reading and English curriculum, these Crack the Code Worksheets are sure to be a hit.
Crack the code worksheet pdf
Printable crack the code for kids’
There are 5 pages of black and white crack the code printable pages plus crack the code worksheet answers. These are no prep, just pull out and you are ready to improve reading skills! There are over 50 cvc words “cases” to solve with these crack the code worksheets printable.
- cap, jam, cot, tad, pop, bad, mad, had, zig
- can, man, pop, fan, mop, hat, lip, cat, mom
- egg, dog, red, log, fat, hop, fun, pan, rap
- jam, fan, dad, zap, pot, ram, vet, gas, pal
- gem, pep, pen, tip, sad, bam, bat, mix, rot
Free crack the code worksheets printable
To complete the crack the code free printable have students look at the first picture clue and say the word out loud. Have them listen for the words beginning sound. Now write the alphabet letter that makes that sound in the space below the picture. Continue until you’ve completed the mystery word. Finally, sound out the cvc word you spelled.
The last word on the image above shows popcorn, so kids will write “p”. Then it shows ask so students will write an “a”. Finally there is a cute clipart image of a lemon so children will write “l”. When they sound out the word they will realize they’ve spelled pal.
Begining sound worksheets
You can decorate the case files in these phonics worksheets by coloring in the pictures with crayons, markers, colored pencils, etc. At the back of the pack you will find an answer key to save you time quickly checking your child’s work.
CVC Words Activities
Looking for more activities to practice sounding out cvc words to improve reading fluency? Check out all these free printable resources!
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Crack the Code Worksheets
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