The Amazing Silent E-- Changing Short A Words
In this language arts worksheet, students learn the amazing power of the silent E to change short vowel A words to long sounds. Students change 2 words, then write sentences for each.
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What happens when I add an 'e' to the word mad? It becomes made! Decoding and writing words with the silent e is the lesson for today. The class discusses what the e can do to a cvc word, then they practice adding e's to various words in...
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