Get the reading fun started with these preschool worksheets pdf version! Learn all about the -ub word family with these fun and engaging worksheets and decodable reader. When I was teaching my son to read, it was so hard to find easy cvc pattern readers. I wanted him to be able to read simple words, with few sight words. I do not want you to be in the dark as I was, so I created these decodable readers and worksheets for you! Double sided printing should provide you with a complete easy reader with 4 “pages”.
What is Included in the UB Word Family Worksheets?
- 5 worksheets
- 1 decodable reader “The Cub”
When using any reading program I have found some great ways to help your child learn to read. Follow these simple steps and you will be hearing your child read to you in no time!
- Day 1-You read the story to your child
- Day 2-You read the word and your child repeats the word after you
- Day 3-You both read the same word at the same time
- Day 4-Allow your child to read the story on their own. Don’t worry if they can’t read the story yet, just keep practicing!
Use one worksheet per day, taking things slow. Build the UB word family words with letter tiles, alphabet magnets or EXPO markers. Laminate the pages so you can get years of use out of them if using for multiple children. Print the decodable reader on one page, double sided. Once you fold the paper you should have a complete story “The Cub”. Model good reading habits to your child any time you read. Emphasizing punctuation as you go. Do not worry about sight words in the beginning stages of teaching your child to read. They should be focusing on mastering letter sounds, and then CVC words. Sight words come after these have been mastered, and this can take a while. Do not try to rush your child, there is plenty of time for them to learn to read. Enjoy the journey!
I hope you and your child enjoy these UB word family worksheets as much as I have enjoyed creating them!
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