Digital Spelling – CVC Short A

Help children working on spelling short a words with this free CVC words digital resource.

Help children working on spelling short a words (or CVC words) with this free digital resource.

This is another free resource for teachers and homeschool families from www.freewordwork.com.

This digital resource can be used to help your children when practicing their spelling skills. This is perfect for children learning at home or teachers looking for practice that can be done virtually.

This specific game will give practice with short a CVC words. For example, words such as cat, pan and bag can be found.

Because the words shared allow the speller to hear each sound, these are good words to begin with when working on spelling.

This digital practice is being shared in two formats. You will be able to download the resource as either a PowerPoint or access the Google Slides version.

Help children working on spelling short a words (or CVC words) with this free digital resource.

Using this spelling short a CVC words resource

Each slide contains a picture of a word containing a short a sound. There are also eight lowercase letters to the right.

To play the game, children will drag the letters from the right to the boxes below the picture.

Once the letters have been placed in the boxes, the sun can be dragged to the side to find the correct spelling. This makes the game self checking.

If you would prefer for the answer to not be there, you can simply delete the spelling of the word and the sun image.

Because the pieces are movable, you might want to save an original copy before letting students begin working. This way, you will have a fresh version once students have moved the pieces.

You can download this free resource here

PowerPoint Version

Google Slides Version

*You will not need to request access in order to be able to use the Google Slides version. Instead, simply save the document to your own Google Drive.

Looking for additional CVC work for your children working on short vowel sounds? Try these:

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