CVC Words with Pictures READING STRATEGY Task Cards for Independent Work Baskets TASK BOX FILLER

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CVC Words with Pictures READING STRATEGY Task Cards for Independent Work Baskets TASK BOX FILLER
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Our CVC Words with Pictures READING STRATEGY SPELL and READ Task Cards for Independent Work Baskets will increase your students' word recognition skills and build confidence, too! An excellent independent work task for students with autism, special learning needs, and young learners!

With real life pictures and easily identifiable objects for young learners, ELL students, those with autism or special learning needs, your students will match, clip, mark with a dry erase marker, point to, say, or show on a voice output device, C-V-C words (consonant-vowel-consonant) and their correct spelling.

This independent work basket set contains 40 real life pictures of objects representing simple C-V-C words, along with two response options. One response is spelled correctly, while the other is a jumble of, or reversal of the letters in the word. Many times young learners or those with special learning needs, scan the word, which provides a “sounding out dilemma”. When they can visually see the difference, students most often select the correct spelling option. This has turned into an amazing tool for my struggling readers!

This set also comes with a label to velcro or tape onto the clear work bin. I use velcro so I can switch tasks frequently for my students to complete independently.

I DO USE velcro on each task card, but students can also mark with a dry erase marker (“X”), or clip with a clothespin or large paper clip!

WHAT’S INCLUDED:
• 40 task cards with real life pictures representing one c-v-c word per card
• 40 OKAY response cards
• Suggested IEP Goal for Special Education students
• Print this entire activity on white card stock paper and laminate.

CONSONANT-VOWEL-CONSONANT WORDS INCLUDED:
• hen
• hug
• log
• net
• jam
• pig
• bus
• sub
• pin
• web
• jet
• cup
• bat
• nut
• pen
• fin
• leg
• car
• lip
• hat
• dog
• cub
• wig
• mop
• sun
• rug
• bib
• gum
• map
• bag
• man
• bed
• pan
• red
• rat
• van
• bug

SUGGESTED IEP GOAL:
Given a picture of an object that represents a c-v-c word (consonant-vowel-consonant) and two word response choices, one of which is spelled correctly, STUDENT will choose the correct spelling of the word by _______ (matching/clipping with a clothespin or paper clip/marking with a dry erase marker/pointing to/saying/or indicating on a voice output device), as part of a reading strategy to improve c-v-c word recognition, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

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Given a picture of an object that represents a c-v-c word (consonant-vowel-consonant) and two word response choices, one of which is spelled correctly, STUDENT will choose the correct spelling of the word by _______ (matching/clipping with a clothespin or paper clip/marking with a dry erase marker/pointing to/saying/or indicating on a voice output device), as part of a reading strategy to improve c-v-c word recognition, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.