Why do some words end in ck and others in k? ‘ck ending words‘ end in ck when you hear the /k/ sound right after a short vowel in a single syllable word.
si ck – sick
ne ck – neck
pa ck – pack
sho ck – shock
tru ck – truck
In the above words, the words end in ck because the /k/ sound comes right after the short vowel. You can read about the ‘spelling rule ck’ in detail by clicking on the anchor chart above.
In this post, I will be sharing 8 ‘ck ending words‘ worksheets
The first is a word sort worksheet for ack and eck words. Kids tend to confuse short a and e sound. For that reason, I created this worksheet. Cut the word tiles and paste them in the correct box.
Next is the picture sort worksheets for ck ending words. Cut the picture tiles read the words and paste them in the correct block.
The above worksheet will help children spell the ‘ck words.’ I have used ck words with digraph ch and sh. The words are check, chick, shock, and shack. Cut the sound tiles and paste them to form the word.
In the next ck ending words worksheet, the vowels for the ck words are missing. Complete the words by writing the vowel.
Cut the word tiles in the above worksheet. Then paste them on the table above in alphabetical order. This will help your child understand alphabetical order better. Then, match the words to the pictures.
Read the ck words in the word bank and write them next to the correct picture.
The next is a ‘this that’ worksheets for ck words. This will help practice the important concept along with ck words.
In the last worksheet, cut the word tiles, read the sentences, and complete them using those word tiles. You can also choose to write the words instead of sticking them.
The ck ending words worksheet is free for subscribers to download.