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We adopted Reading Horizons for our phonics program a few years ago. The letters are taught in letter groups. I've been creating materials to go along with that program.

Group 1: a, b, f, d, g
Group 2: e, h, j, l, m
Group 3: o, n, p, r, s
Group 4: u, t, v, w, x, y
Group 5: i, q, z, c, k

This is an activity I created for my students to do to practice reading c-v-c words. There are real and nonsense words. There is a sheet with word cards for each letter group so I can differentiate it according to which letter group the students are working on at the time. It is black and white instead of color because I send it home.

I hope that someone can use it even though it is organized by RH letter groups.


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Thanks! I love it!
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