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What up, everyone? Or rather, Word Up!? I hope your week is off to a great start! I’m furiously trying to cross things off my to-do list!

{Although, it seems to get longer instead or shorter!}

I posted my latest product, Word Up! 20 Wonderful Word Work Mats for Short Vowels over the weekend, but completely forgot to share them with you!

I’m chalking it up to Back to School Brain!

Word Up! 20 Wonderful Word Work Mats for Short Vowels - Lucky to Be in First

This pack is filled with a variety of short vowel work mats that you can use for spelling practice, phonics enrichment or during Daily 5 Word Work!

Word Up! 20 Wonderful Word Work Mats for Short Vowels - Lucky to Be in First

Here are the word families that are included:

Word Up! 20 Wonderful Word Work Mats for Short Vowels - Lucky to Be in First

If you’ve previously purchased my Year of First Grade Spelling & Journal Homework, this pack is the perfect companion! Many of the word families from that pack have been included in Word Up!

For each word family, I’ve included a color workmat, a more printer-friendly black & white version, and a recording sheet.Word Up! 20 Wonderful Word Work Mats for Short Vowels - Lucky to Be in FirstWord Up! 20 Wonderful Word Work Mats for Short Vowels - Lucky to Be in First

Word Up! 20 Wonderful Word Work Mats for Short Vowels - Lucky to Be in First

To use, kids simply cut out the letters, add the onset to the rime, then read the word.  They must decide if it’s a “real” or “nonsense” word and write it in the correct spot on their recording sheet.

We worked on Word Up! for this week’s spelling pattern, the -am family.
Word Up! 20 Wonderful Word Work Mats for Short Vowels - Lucky to Be in First
The kids enjoyed stretching out some of those silly words!
Word Up! 20 Wonderful Word Work Mats for Short Vowels - Lucky to Be in First
Once I introduce Word Work in Daily 5, I plan to use the colored version.  I am going to laminate a few copies of the word family mat we’re focusing on and leave it out for the week.
{It’s the goal…let’s see if that makes it off my to-do list!}
Word Up! 20 Wonderful Word Work Mats for Short Vowels - Lucky to Be in First
Check it out on TpT {here}
Slainte!
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