When your child is in the crucial stage between knowing her sounds and being able to make the cognitive jump and start sounding out consonant vowel consonant (CVC) words, one of the easiest things you can do to help is make CVC Flip Books.
They’re free, easy, and fun.
(Okay, they’re only kind-of fun. Just be sure to keep the activity to five minutes or less.)
Here’s an example of CVC flip book I made last year, which has been one of my most popular Pinterest pins ever:
When I was a teacher, I made flip books for students all the way up to third grade. They can become increasingly more complex as you go along.
If you are working with a really young learner like Jenna, make sure to write everything in lower case letters except for B/D/P/and Q. Those letters are really confusing in lower case form.