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These 5 FREE bossy r games are great for teaching kids to read those tricky r-controlled vowel words.

These 5 FREE bossy r games are great for teaching kids to read those tricky r-controlled vowel words.

Classroom Freebies Too is more freebies for more teachers!

Classroom Freebies Too is more freebies for more teachers!

Fern Smith's The -op Family Spelling {Word Work} Lists & Tests

Fern Smith's The -op Family Spelling {Word Work} Lists & Tests

Classroom Freebies Too is more freebies for more teachers!

Classroom Freebies Too is more freebies for more teachers!

**FREE** OP Word Family Match Letter and Write the Word in Color Worksheet.Topics: Word Families, Reading, Phonics, and Building Words.

**FREE** OP Word Family Match Letter and Write the Word in Color Worksheet.Topics: Word Families, Reading, Phonics, and Building Words.

Practice identifying the beginning sound of each word by looking at the picture and placing the correct missing letter to complete the word. Your child will then write the words themselves.

Practice identifying the beginning sound of each word by looking at the picture and placing the correct missing letter to complete the word. Your child will then write the words themselves.

Practice identifying the beginning sound of each word by looking at the picture and placing the correct missing letter to complete the word. Your child will then write the words themselves.

Practice identifying the beginning sound of each word by looking at the picture and placing the correct missing letter to complete the word. Your child will then write the words themselves.

OT Word Family Match Letter and Write the Word in Color

OT Word Family Match Letter and Write the Word in Color

OP Word Family Match Letter and Write the Word in Color

OP Word Family Match Letter and Write the Word in Color

Practice identifying the beginning sound of each word by looking at the picture and placing the correct missing letter to complete the word. Your child will then write the words themselves.

Practice identifying the beginning sound of each word by looking at the picture and placing the correct missing letter to complete the word. Your child will then write the words themselves.