ET Word Family Worksheets

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Enjoy your new family pet with the new ET Word Family Worksheets “The Pet”

  • 6 worksheets
  • 1 decodable reader (double sided printing allows you to fold the story to get 4 “pages”)


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ET Word Family Worksheets


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We all love our pets! Now we can love the new story “The Pet”. This simple CVC ET Word Family Worksheets, and easy reader is ready for download! Being able to build words by means of CVC word patterns is crucial to early reading development. When I was teaching my boys to read, I found it was difficult to find stories that had few sight words, and that wouldn’t overwhelm them with words they didn’t know. As they say, necessity is the mother of invention, so I created these preschool and kindergarten worksheets for you! Any time you are reading with your child, it is important to model good reading. Emphasize punctuation and discuss the pictures. Talk to your child about the story. In what ways can they relate to it? Do they have a pet? If so, how is their pet similar or different from the pet in the story?

What is Included in the ET Word Family Worksheets?

  • 6 worksheets for your child to build CVC words in the ET word family
  • 1 decodable reader “The Pet” (double sided printing allows you to create 4 “pages”)

Any time you are reading with your child follow these steps to help them learn to read:

  • Day 1-Read the story to them
  • Day 2-Read the word, and then they repeat the same word
  • Day 3-Read the words together at the same time
  • Day 4-Allow the child to try out their new skills and read independently

Do not get discouraged if your child cannot read the story independently. As long as it’s level appropriate, they may just need more time. Laminate the worksheets to get the most use out of them. We use letter tiles, alphabet magnets, or EXPO markers to keep things interesting. Try working with one worksheet a day before moving on to the decodable reader. I hope you enjoy these ET word family worksheets as much as I enjoyed creating them!

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Hey! I am Autumn, a homeschool blogger momma of two boys, wife to a fantastic husband, and budding content creator! I began my blogging journey at the beginning of 2023, sort of on a whim! Knowing I wanted to help others in their homeschooling journey, and other avenues of motherhood, Big Bag of Everything was born! I aim to help mommas who are overwhelemed with homeschooling, feeling like they have to do all the things. A simple reminder to keep things simple, relax and enjoy is always included in my message somehow. Get access to my Big Bag of Everything where I send out freebies to my e-mail subscribers!