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Phonetic masters identify and recognize short vowel sounds by reading and listening to a story that highlights select words. They use picture clues to aid comprehension and construct a story by actively choosing and identifying short-vowel sounds that complete each C-V-C word. The instructional activity spans two days and includes several fun extension activities and good reading suggestions.
Students write down all short vowel sounds. They read their spelling words and attach them to each short vowel sound. They practice writing each spelling word under each short vowel sound that they have listed on their paper. They discuss the spelling structure of all the words including syllables. They write the words in alphabetical order and identify the words that rhyme.
Eighth graders examine long and short vowels and patterns in the direct instruction phonics section of this activity. They work on summarizing the second and third paragraphs of Socrates using keyword outlines. Finally, they review a list of sight words and a word parts chart.
In this short vowel and hard and soft c learning exercise, students first read a riddle above a picture, then circle the correct answer to the riddle. Answers all have short vowels. Students then say the names of pictures, circling either hard or soft to identify the sound of c in each word.
Students read a Dr. Seuss book and complete activities for short vowel sound words. In this short vowels lesson, students read Hop on Pop and analyze the rhyming words in the text. Students complete rhyming activities and practice reading sentences with the words. Students complete a matching activity for the rhyming words.
Have your class read these words with short vowel sounds to complete the sentences on this worksheet. Learners match the words that have the same vowel sound as the underlined word in a sentence from the story Allie's Basketball Dream. They complete 10 problems. This could be used for standardized test preparation.
Get those kids ready to read with increased phonemic awareness! Children in grades K-2 will participate in a variety of stimulating activities to practice sounding out, identifying, and reading simple cvc words. Pupils will sign, sing, read, and write short vowel sounds, then put it all together by playing the game Word Maker. The thinking that went into this lesson is amazing! Perfect for Special Ed.