Word Family Practice: -an

Listen to all the rhymes! I ran around the can and the pan. Practice writing CVC words with this delightful worksheet set. Help your child recognize words in the -an word family to become a more fluent reader.

Download all (7)

Click on a worksheet in the set below to see more info or download the PDF.

-an Word Family

-an Word Family

It's all in the family! Beginning readers learn about "an" words with this fun tracing and matching activity.
More info Download Worksheet
Word Family Story: -an

Word Family Story: -an

Have fun with word families by using them in a story. This worksheet features four words that end with "-an."
More info Download Worksheet
'An' Words: My Word Family Book

'An' Words: My Word Family Book

Get to know the "an" word family with this assemble-yourself mini book.
More info Download Worksheet
'an' Rhyming Words

'an' Rhyming Words

This tool gives children hands-on practice with the "an" word family.
More info Download Worksheet
'an' Words

'an' Words

"An" words come together with this word family puzzle set.
More info Download Worksheet
Words That Rhyme with 'Pan': Which One Doesn't Belong?

Words That Rhyme with 'Pan': Which One Doesn't Belong?

Help your child practice his phonics skills with this printable worksheet, which is all about words that rhyme with "pan".
More info Download Worksheet
Picture Word Maze: '-an'

Picture Word Maze: '-an'

Here's a fun way to get to know the word family AN! Draw a line through the pictures that end in "-an".
More info Download Worksheet

Want to download this whole set as a single PDF?

Download all (7)

Add to collection

Create new collection

Create new collection

New Collection

0

New Collection>

0 items

How likely are you to recommend Education.com to your friends and colleagues?

Not at all likely
Extremely likely

What could we do to improve Education.com?

Please note: Use the Contact Us link at the bottom of our website for account-specific questions or issues.

What would make you love Education.com?

What is your favorite part about Education.com?