Wednesday, November 4, 2015

CVC Rubik's Cube Work Basket and Worksheets

Wow!  It has been way too long since my last post! 

But I figure, there is no better way to get back in the game than to link up to Autism Classroom Resources' Workbasket Wednesday with another 'Tree'mendous Treasure

All you need is a rubik's cube with white background from Dollar Tree, Goo Gone, a few white sticker labels, duct tape, scissors and a red and blue permanent marker. 

To make this 6 ways to play CVC (Consonant Vowel Consonant) Cube.

Simply remove the stickers off of four sides of the cube using Goo Gone and then duct tape the other two sides so students can only move the cube forward and backward and not side to side.  Next cut and place a white sticker label over the middle square on each side to hide the middle holes.

Then program each of the four sides with the following letters. 

Ta Dah! You have a Consonant-Vowel-Consonant Cube for students to experiment with letters and sounds in six different ways!

Way number one as a work box activity:

Way number two as a checklist:

Way number three as a checklist with pictures:
Way number four as a fillable checklist:
Way number five as a fillable list:
Way number six as a sorting list (sorting real words and nonsense words)
Print these FREE from my Teachers Pay Teachers store!

NOTE: The worksheet printables could be used in a folder system as described in Autism Classroom Resources' Advanced Work Basket Folders last month. 

Each worksheet is in color and black and white so students can do the black and white copies as take home worksheets or you can print the colored ones and slide them into page protectors or laminate them to use with dry erase markers during center time.

Well that's all for now folks! Hopefully, it won't be three months before my next post:)
Best wishes until next time,