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A printable set of activities that offers repetition with variety for decoding practice.

Print and go resources that save you time. Use after explicit instruction, intervention or send home to reinforce skills and concepts.


Use as a springboard for spelling and sentence instruction after decoding practice. 


3 Fonts

Century Gothic


South Australian


200+  pages

3 fonts = 600+  pages

Instructions and ideas for decoding practice, spelling instruction, vocabulary work and sentence instruction.






Yes, No Quiz

Sentence strips and cards

Read and Draw

Read it, Write it, Draw it

Picture cards

3 in a row

Roll and Read

Track games

Spot it and Sort it

Word lists and morphology activities



CK facts poster


4 Stories 


3 layouts: A4, Read and Draw, A5 book

2 versions


The Kick Off

The Sick Duck

The Stick

The Black Truck


Each story has conversation starter questions and a word list to help build comprehension, meaning and decoding skills. The lists are not for rote memorisation.


4 Yes/No Quizzes in 2 layouts, A4 and A5, and 3 different versions

Each quiz has six questions. There is a CK quiz and three other quizzes that have a theme.






Word lists and spelling resources

10 word lists to use for word-level work

word matrices to use for spelling instruction

Use the word lists for dictation and paired fluency work, and start exploring words for spelling instruction.  Build word families using the printable word-building resources.


Read and Draw word-level and sentence-level 

Short target sound-spelling sentences to support, review and consolidate your teaching. Also provides ideas for sentence structure work. An engaging way to show their understanding of words and phrases.


Spot it and Sort it 

Use after explicit instruction for decoding practice. Discuss the spelling and use the activity to set the scene for future spelling instruction.


32 new QU sentence strips

Use for decoding and partner reading. The perfect bridge to get struggling students reading a whole decodable reader. 



Playing games helps to consolidate previous learning. All children need lots of exposure to vowel spellings to develop fluent decoding. Games don’t replace reading books. All children should be reading several books daily. But if a child struggles to read and needs lots of extra practice, blending to read games can help motivation and engagement. Use the sheets to review past sounds and spellings before moving on to spelling or sentence instruction.


Roll and Read games


3 in a Row games


Track board game


This is a PDF printable resource.

CK Repeated Practice Decoding and Spelling Pack

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