Vowel Teacher Resources
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Long Vowel Sounds Continued
Continue exploring long vowel sounds with this worksheet. Learners will match the words lake, soap, leaf, pail, meal, and fire to the correct illustration. They will print the word on the dotted lines and illustrate two of the words combined (fire at the lake).
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 21 Downloads
THE BLENDING SLIDE
Your beginning readers will practice blending sounds with this hands-on activity! Each learner gets their own paper slide, cards with consonants, and cards with vowels. Then, after practicing as a class, they can blend consonant and vowel sounds to create CVC words!
K - 1st Language Arts 17 Views 57 Downloads
Here is a good way to explore CVCe spelling patterns in the English language. Learners recognize that CVCe are usually long vowel sounds. They read the "Bully E" story and practice reading words with the CVCe pattern. Students discuss the mouth movements used to spell sounds.
K - 2nd Language Arts 4 Views 74 Downloads
CVCE Word Pattern
Introduce the concept of the silent e word ending. Learners practice reading simple words with an e at the end that makes the vowel take on its long sounds. There are a number of activities in this lesson plan to reinforce this topic, including a game involving simple words, writing a story on the computer, and listing words that rhyme with cake.
1st Language Arts 6 Views 25 Downloads
New Review Articulation: Singing Words That Communicate
How does a singer keep an open, relaxed throat, a rich tone, and pure, matched vowels while articulating the words of a song? Oh, it's easy if you follow the directions and practice the exercises in this, the third in a series of four vocal music lessons.
3rd - 10th Visual & Performing Arts 3 Views 1 Download
More Spelling Patterns
Pass the time...creating rhymes! Writers connect rhyming words with -ough in them, writing them as rhyming pairs. Next, they put their poetic skills to the test by applying the words in rhyming couplets. There is an example here and space for them to create four more.
2nd - 3rd Language Arts 3 Views 24 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Odd Ones Out
Some of these words don't rhyme; scholars determine which ones as they examine four sets of images with the vowel sound /e/. For each set, they circle the words that don't rhyme with the first image. Be sure kids know what these images are meant to represent, and note the second image may be confusing (it is jello and rhymes with smell).
Pre-K - K Language Arts 3 Views 9 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Beginner's Guide to Arabic
Introduce your language learners to Arabic. The most useful portion of this resource is the detailed information on the Arabic alphabet. Each letter is placed in a grid that shows the various ways to write it based on the situation (beginning of sentence, end of sentence, etc.
9th - Higher Ed Languages 21 Views 16 Downloads
Get creative with phonics by having kids create a letter-sound mobile! Using a hanger, hole punch, string, and the provided image and letter cards, learners practice matching medial sounds to their corresponding vowels. Learners attach the vowels to the hanger (three are pictured, but you can probably fit all five) with string and then proceed to attach each image below its medial sound letter.
K - 2nd Language Arts 28 Views 122 Downloads
Study the long /o/ sound! Young readers review the short /o/ sound and are introduced to the other long vowel sounds. They read a story and identify words with the long /o/ sound. Then they watch a PowerPoint presentation and complete other activities focusing on the target sound.
K - 2nd Language Arts 7 Views 53 Downloads
When two vowels go walking, who does the talking? Learners explore this question with several activities featuring words with OA, AI, and EA. The activity includes many fun pictures and requires different skills sets such as context clues, picture recognition, and spelling.
K - 2nd Language Arts 3 Views 77 Downloads
Who doesn't love playing detective? Get out those magnifying glasses because your class has to snoop to determine which vowels have gone missing. They are presented with a beginning and ending consonant, it's up to them to determine which vowels are needed to complete each word.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 3 Views 19 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Drum Roll, Please!
Drill and practice phonemes, letter formations, written language, vowel correspondences, as well as consonant correspondences with youngsters. They will locate and identify the /b/ in written and spoken words from flash cards containing a buzzing bee and a bathing bear.
K - 2nd Language Arts 5 Views 17 Downloads