These CVC Word Family puzzles are perfect for getting lots of practice building CVC words! Over 100 words for students to build. Use them when you are introducing CVC word families with the word prompt puzzles or use them for review with the picture-prompt puzzles. Both versions will help you differentiate for the needs of your students.

120 CVC Word Puzzles

Recommended Grade Level:

Materials for the CVC Word Puzzles

  • Paper
  • Laminating Materials
  • Paper Cutter

Use them all or choose just a few. These puzzles will give you lots of options for your word work centers and activities! Set out new puzzles every week for a fresh activity, review old puzzles to build understanding and for remediation.

Included in the CVC Word Family Puzzles:

CVC printables
  • Pages 3-34: Word Supported Puzzles (Color)
  • Pages 35-66: Word Supported Puzzles (Black & White)
  • Pages 67-98: Picture-only Puzzles (Color)
  • Pages 99-130: Picture-only Puzzles (Black & White)
124 CVC Puzzles

Activity Details:

These CVC word family puzzles are great for fast finishers, working with words during center time. The Word Family Puzzles come in two differentiated formats. One with the word written out with the picture for students to match the letters. One with no word at the top for students to sound out the words.

To make the puzzles very easy, place the pieces for one puzzle in an envelope. To increase the difficulty put multiple puzzles into one envelope, so that students will have to sort through the letters to create their CVC words.

120 CVC Word Puzzles
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