Struggling to find the perfect resources to accompany your literacy lessons? Check out these decodable sentence-building worksheets for kindergarten & 1st-grade students.
These are Science of Reading aligned too!
Each worksheet is hands-on and aligned to each literacy skill, making your job so much easier!
Introducing the decodable sentence building bundle!
This bundle is designed for use in kindergarten or first grade. Each worksheet has an image to color, a set of words to cut out and glue to complete the sentence, and lines to write the sentence.
The bundle includes worksheets for teaching CVC words, digraphs, blends, CVCe words, vowel teams, r controlled vowels, and diphthongs. You will get over 250 worksheets for your literacy program!
I love these decodable sentence building worksheets because they provide students with writing, reading, cutting, coloring, and a gluing task. Each worksheet is formatted the same, so teach your students the directions once, and they can complete the task in the future!
Students will work on decoding, sentence structure, handwriting, writing, fine motor, AND high-frequency words. That’s pretty good, am I right?!
These worksheets would be great for small groups, extended practice, whole group review, or literacy centers. Students could get extra training in areas they need more exposure to so they master that skill area.
CVC Sentence Building Worksheets
In the CVC resource, you will get 40 worksheets covering over 25 different word families. These are Science of Reading aligned and would be very beneficial in a structured literacy program.
These worksheets feature some high frequency words, including the, we, will, he, she, I, is, in it, am, be, and, on, and a. Besides these words, the worksheets use entirely decodable CVC words. CVC words are words made up of a consonant, vowel, consonant. They all feature a short vowel sound.
CVC words are some of the first words that students learn to read because they tend to follow the phonetic rules, can be sounded out in three steps, and always have a short vowel sound. Students will also get fine motor practice with cutting, coloring, and gluing to complete the worksheet.
Digraphs Sentence Building Worksheets
Want to up your digraph resources? Grab these 40 worksheets that focus on digraphs to help your first grade or kindergarten students master this phonetic rule. This resource features eight digraphs while using simple sight words and decodable CVC words to make sentences.
Digraphs are two letters that come together to form a new sound. This resource features the digraphs sh-, ch-, th-, wh-, -sh, -ck, -th, -ch. Digraphs can be found at the beginning or the end of words, so I have worksheets for both!
Students will cut out the words, then decode them, and put them in order to make a sentence that matches the picture. These worksheets are great for independent practice while you work one-on-one with students or in small groups.
Blends Sentence Building Worksheets
Teaching blends to kindergarten or first-grade students? No worries, I have a set of 40 worksheets that target this skill! Students will be engaged and working hands-on to master this literacy skill.
Students will improve their handwriting and fine motor skills while practicing sorting and decoding blends in words. Each worksheet features simple sight words and decodable CVC and blend words!
This engaging resource uses L blends, R blends, S blends, ending blends, and a combination of beginning and ending blend words. Here are some examples of the blend words your students will have to decode: crust, camp, desk, smell, drip, flag. Click here to see all the words that will be covered in this fantastic resource!
CVCe Sentence Building Worksheets
Struggling to teach CVCe words to your little learners? Look no further! I have created 40 worksheets for just this skill! The resource will be beneficial for your students who struggle with silent e.
In this set of 40 worksheets about CVCe words, students will cut, sort, and glue decodable words to create a CVCe sentence. I love that these worksheets are all formatted the same so I can teach my students the directions once, and they can complete these independently!
Use this CVCe resource to practice silent e words for extra practice in a whole-class setting, independently, or in a small group setting. Students will benefit whichever way you choose to utilize this great resource!
Vowel Teams Sentence Building Worksheets
Vowel teams can be challenging for young readers to master! Check out my decodable sentence building worksheets that focus on vowel teams to find a great resource to use in your classroom.
This resource is a set of 40 worksheets that focus on vowel teams. They are Science of Reading aligned to make your job easier! Each worksheet has a cutting, sorting, and gluing exercise that uses decodable words. Then students will write the sentence to practice handwriting skills.
I have created these worksheets using the following vowel teams: ai, ay, ea, ee, ie, oa, oe, ue, and ui. The worksheets also use a few sight words and some decodable CVC words. There are also a few blends, digraphs, and CVCe words that are utilized in this set of vowel team worksheets.
R controlled Vowels Sentence Building Worksheets
R controlled vowels are vowels that are followed by an r. The r causes the vowel to make a different sound. This can be confusing for children just learning to read, so I have created a set of 40 worksheets that focus solely on r controlled vowels!
Each worksheet uses r controlled vowels, sight words, CVC words, blends, digraphs, and CVCe words. All the words are decodable and create an excellent resource for kindergarten and first-grade students to practice their reading skills in a fun and engaging task.
These worksheets are perfect for morning work or homework to review r controlled vowels.
Diphthongs Sentence Building Worksheets
Struggling to find resources to teach diphthongs to kindergarten or first-grade students? Better grab this set of 40 worksheets that are decodable sentence building worksheets that focus on diphthongs!
A diphthong is a sound formed by the combination of two vowels in a single syllable. Think of words like coin, loud, and house. This is one of the more complex phonetic rules for young readers to master, so they may need extra practice.
That is why I created this set of 40 worksheets that feature diphthongs and other decodable words. Students will get hands-on practice reading and utilizing sentences containing diphthongs, CVC words, blends, digraphs, CVCe words, and high frequency words.
Decodable Sentence Building Worksheets
As you can see, I have created a HUGE set of worksheets that you can purchase individually for each skill or as a bundle with all 7 skill sets included! These will be perfect for kindergarten or first-grade students that are in the beginning stages of learning to read and mastering the phonics rules. By the way, the whole resource is Science of Reading aligned.
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