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66 resources with the keyterm short vowel

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Long and Short Vowels

For Students K - 1st
What a great way to review short vowel sounds in your classroom. Learners categorize words based on their vowel sounds, and identify short and long vowel sounds. It is a well thought out and motivating exploration of this reading skill.
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My Book of Words With a Short A: A Mini Book

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st Standards
Familiarize emergent readers with the short /a/ phoneme with this fun printable book. Including six simple CVC words with supporting images, children practice reading and writing the terms as they develop their spelling and reading skills.
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Long or Short Vowels?

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
Vowel letters of the alphabet and the sounds associated with the vowel are the focus of this lesson. Students distinguish between both long and short vowel sounds by reading, writing, speaking, and listening to the words and sounds....
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Medial Sound u

For Students K - 1st Standards
Join Ug the Bug for some vowel sound practice focused on the short /u/ sound. Scholars examine six images and label each with a CVC word that has this as its medial phoneme. Next, they complete two rhyming sentences about Ug, using a...
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Scanning Worksheet-Catullus 58

For Students 10th - 12th
Your advanced Latin learners mark the metrical pattern in Catullus 58, a poem written by Catullus concerning his love and hatred of Lesbia. Spend time translating the poem so your learners have a complete understanding of the passage. 
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Yep, I'm Ready to Learn!

For Teachers K - 1st
Tongue twisters give young learners an easy phrase to refer back to when learning letter sounds. Use the phrase "Eddy put red bells on everyone's bed" to identify the /e/ sound. Then read Red Gets Fed aloud, having learners nod their...
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Ben is in the Pen

For Teachers K - 1st
Learn about the /e/ sound! Through listening and matching activities, young learners discriminate the vowel sound /e/ from other phonemes. Then, as the teacher reads a story, they identify the phoneme in words by raising their hands. 
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The Everyday Red

For Teachers K - 1st
Pair a hand motion with the /e/ sound so young learners remember it better! This plan has the class open their "creaky door" whenever they hear the /e/ sound. They'll learn a tongue twister and read the short story Red Gets Fed, both of...
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Itchy Ritchy

For Teachers K - 1st
Itchy Ritchy can help your learners remember the /i/ sound! First teach young learners the fun tongue twister illustrating the target sound, and have them identify the target sound in other words. Use the reading Tim and the Top to...
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I Can't Hear You Sonny

For Teachers K - 1st
Use letterboxes and pictures to teach the /e/ sound and words that have it. Young learners will spell words presented by the teacher and name other words that they think have the same target sound. After a short reading activity, give...
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Hide and Seek

For Teachers K - 1st
Increase your young learners' phonetic awareness with this plan on the /e/ sound. The class will learn a catchy tongue twister to remember the sound, practice writing the letter e, and identify the /e/ sound in individual words spoken by...
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Open Wide and Say AHH

For Teachers K - 1st
Are your young learners practicing their phonemic awareness? A fun, catchy tongue twister will help your learners remember the /o/ sound. After practicing as a whole group, they'll focus on writing the letter. Finally they'll read In the...
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Skinny Minnie

For Teachers K - 1st
Young learners talk about the letter i and the sound it makes! There's a clever activity that requires learners to do a hand movement every time they hear the /i/ sound, making it fun for the learner and providing the teacher with a...
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The Baby And the Cat

For Teachers K - 1st
Increase your learners' phonemic awareness by presenting them with this silly tongue twister! Kids are sure to remember this sentence, making it easy to refer back to. Learners will identify the /a/ sound, spell words on the floor using...
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Ehhhh?

For Teachers K - 1st
Are your kindergarten learners working with the letter e and the sounds that is makes? They'll practice writing a capital e, hear the /e/ sound in a funny tongue twister, and then identify when the teacher is saying a word that uses the...
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Closing Door E

For Teachers K - 1st
Young learners practice phonemic awareness with the short /e/ sound. First they rehearse the silly tongue twister illustrating the sound, and then the teacher rehearses it, having the learners identify when they hear it. To close the...
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Phonics: Short Vowels

For Students 2nd
Practice short vowel sounds using this resource.Learners read sentences and identify the correct word for use in the sentence. Then, they circle the short vowel words from a list. This is a quick and easy way to review this concept.
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Short Vowels

For Students K - 1st Standards
Practice the recognition of short vowel sounds using this colorful resource. Learners fill in the missing vowels in short words, such as cup, nap, and box. Your class will love this activity.
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Short Vowel Sound

For Students K - 1st
Use this creative way to review words that have short vowel sounds. Learners read a word and then identify the words in the group that have the same vowel sound. It is a motivating way to have learners explore this topic.
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Spelling Success; Vowel Sounds

For Teachers 2nd Standards
There is a big difference between the words bit and bite. Learners begin to understand how to differentiate between short and long vowel sounds as they are given a word with a short vowel sound, and then are asked to add a letter to make...
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Short Vowel A

For Students 1st - 2nd
In this short vowel a worksheet, students complete a word scramble activity and a matching activity. Students also identify words that have the short a sound.
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Short Vowel E

For Students 1st - 2nd
In this short vowel e learning exercise, students complete a word scramble activity and a matching activity. Students also identify words that have the short e sound.
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The Big Pig

For Teachers K - 1st
Learners recognize the short vowel i in written and spoken language. Through matching activities, they discriminate the short vowel /i/ from other vowel sounds. Students associate the phoneme with its letter representation and identify...
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Animal Alphabet

For Teachers K
Students make a class animal book using the letters of the alphabet. They use a website imbedded in this plan to get pages with animals that begin with any of the 26 letters.