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Word Family Unit (-eat Words)

Below you'll find a collection of teaching resources for teaching early readers about the -eat family of words. Students can practice reading the words: heat, seat, meat, wheat, cheat, beat, treat, and neat.

Word Family Worksheets -eat


Staple together this four-page
mini-book featuring "-eat" words. Treat, meat, seat, and eat are the highlighted words.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Common Core
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This worksheet has several parts to complete. On the left, students will color only the "eat" words. On the right, they will write the "eat" word that matches the picture. At the bottom, they will write "eat" words in the tall/short letter boxes.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Print this worksheet and students will color and write the words in the "eat" word family.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Use scissors to cut out the "-eat" words and glue them below on the appropriate picture.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Cut out the words and try to make as many sentences as you can using an "eat" word. Then practice printing your sentences on the lined paper.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grade
Enter the missing letters for each word. Example: "t__eat" is "treat."
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Students will write in the missing initial sound for each word.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Color in the circles with letters that make up the word. Then write the word on the line on the right.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Find and circle the "-eat" word in each row of letters.
1st Grade
Can your class think of 6 different "eat" words? Write them on the web. This graphic organizer has 3 hints; there is a picture of meat on a plate, a child eating, and of a chair.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
On the left, color the pictures. Then trace the words in the middle. Next, write the words on the primary-ruled lines.
1st Grade
Conjure up as many "-eat" words as you can. Then write them on the primary-ruled lines. There is enough space for up to 8 words.
1st Grade
Use an ink pad and letter stampers to make these words: heat, treat, seat, meat, and neat.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Sorting Games

"Catch" all the firefly words and sort them into the correct word family mason jars! Kids will have fun with this hands-on early literacy game!
Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Word Games

This 1 or 2-player memory matching card game will have your students recognizing and reading -eat words.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Make this word spinner for a variety of learning center activities and small group games. Words include: wheat, eat, treat, neat, cheat, heat, meat, and beat.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Word Slider, Flashcards, and Word Wheel

Cut out and assemble this apple-shaped word slider for the -eat word family unit. Click on the ALT button for a full-color version of the word slider.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Download and print these pages to cut out nine different flashcards for the -eat word family unit.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Print and cut out the word wheel. Attach the two pieces together with a brass paper fastener. Spin the wheel around to read the words ending with -eat.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade

See Also:

Word Family Units (Index)

This page has a complete list of all of our word family units, including: -ag,
-all, -and, -at, -aw, -ear, -eep, -ent, -est,
-in, -ink, -it, -oat, -op, -ow, -ug, and -un.

Sample Worksheet Images

Cut & Glue Word Family Worksheet

Word Families - Rhyming Cards

Let's Make Words Worksheet

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