Vowel Teacher Resources
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Spelling: r-Controlled Vowels: ar
Review r-controlled vowels. Using this worksheet, elementary schoolers pick words from the word bank to match the first three pictures, writing them on the lines. Then they change a letter in the next three words to make a word from the box.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 10 Views 87 Downloads
Home Spelling Practice: Grade 2: Vowel Digraphs: ew, ow
Send home this worksheet to give your youngsters practice spelling words with ow and ew vowel patterns. They read through the list of 10 vocabulary words, spelling them on the lines to the right. There's even a fun game that encourages parents to create rhymes to help their kiddos learn the words!
1st - 3rd Language Arts 3 Views 48 Downloads
Spelling Unit: r-Controlled Vowels, Words with y, and Consonant Blends
Use this packet of exercises to review r-controlled vowels, words with y, gr and tr blends, and br and pr blends. Learners practice printing and spelling, and they demonstrate their word comprehension.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 8 Views 83 Downloads
While this lesson is designed for use with second graders, it could probably best be used with kindergarteners and first graders. They identify vowels in words, play a bingo game identifying sounds, make a collage, and fill out a graphic organizer using Kidspiration.
K - 2nd Language Arts 3 Views 5 Downloads
First graders learn and practice vowel sounds. In this phonics lesson, 1st graders learn a new vowel sound and practice saying it correctly. Students learn how to identify a talking vowel and create sentences that incorporate the targeted vowel sound.
1st Language Arts 3 Views 16 Downloads
Phonics Instruction: Long Vowel Sound, Silent E
Students explore language arts by participating in a class word identification game. For this phonics lesson, students read several words in class and identify the different sounds between short and long vowel words. Students complete a flash card game against their classmates in which they pronounce the most words correctly.
2nd - 4th Visual & Performing Arts 118 Views 444 Downloads
Vowels Short And Long: Elevators
Second graders study short and long vowel sounds. They use a variety of drill and practice software to support basic skills acquisition and simple menus to locate information, with teacher assistance. They watch the movie and listen to the directions given by the computer.
2nd Technology & Engineering 7 Views 33 Downloads
Vowels Short And Long: Farmer Pete
Second graders study short and long vowel sounds. They hear each word or picture by clicking on it to hear each rhyme. There is also the option of letting some students type their own rhyming sentence in this program. They complete a rhyming sentence that makes logical sense and rhymes correctly.
2nd Language Arts 7 Views 15 Downloads
We Flew With a Baboon
More vowels? Elementary schoolers recognize how vowel patterns change a short vowel sound into a long vowel sound. With an emphasis on the /oo/ that makes the long U sound, kids identify the phoneme and letter combination through listening and matching activities.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 6 Views 31 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Blast-Off to Blending
Practice working with different phonemes in consonants and vowels. Sounds are written on squares that get put on a rocket to "blast off" and meet other sounds. The teacher first models blending, then reads the new words. Young readers then recognize words as the teacher creates them.
K - 2nd Language Arts 15 Views 63 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Reader Rabbit's - Vowel Pound
Using a variety of strategies, learners practice decoding words with short vowel sounds. Students read words in a list, practice decoding, and sort words based on the short vowel sounds. While these activities are designed for use with a specific literature series, a teacher could use what they have available.
1st Language Arts 4 Views 9 Downloads
Phonics: Words with More Than One Syllable (CV/C) Rule A
Knowing basic phonics rules can help learners increase their reading accuracy, pronunciation, and spelling. Third graders practice breaking or chunking words based on the cv/c syllable rule. They take note of where to break each word, why, and what it does to the ending vowel.
3rd Language Arts 94 Views 97 Downloads