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I came up with this activity as a fun
way to teach my young ones CVC words. I made a few cvc word groups — for
example, -et (met, let, set), -it (fit, kit, lit), etc. — and continued
with the remaining vowels. I laid out the snowmen with the different
groups and mixed up the words on the table. My children then matched the
correct words to the snowmen.
Hello, I’m Kelly, a regular contributor on this blog. I live in Pennsylvania with my loving husband and our five beautiful children. I have a background in early childhood education, but I am currently homeschooling my kids. From pregnancy to postpartum to toddler life, I love sharing advice with other moms who are having a challenging time with this crazy but wonderful role of motherhood.
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