These are a great addition to your reading shelf. There are a few levels of difficulty so you can do this with a range of readers. The simplest set would correspond to the “blue” reading level (blends and multi-syllables). The second set has words that include phonograms highlighted in red. The most advanced set uses a mix of sight words and phonograms without highlights. The children can use these as prepared labels to do on their own, or you can use them as a guide to hand write your own labels that the children can cut apart for a variety of activities.
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