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Save 50% until 5/22 on this new product! These worksheets allow students to review and practice "ay" phonogram or vowel team taught during word work or spelling! There are three levels of worksheets to allow for differentiation in the class or to use across different grade levels.
There are two sides for each worksheet. They were designed to work together or independently.
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Level One Words
say, lay, pay, yay, jay, bay, hay, da, way, ray, may, play (word sort: mat, sat, mail, sail, wait, man)
Level Two Words
stay, pray, play, lays, days, sway, tray, clay, pays, slay, gray, rays, say, okay, rays, trays (word sort: trap, stain, paint, plant, stamp, train)
Level Three Words
repay, delay, maybe, today, player, paying, payday, crayon, layer, okay, away, sways, replay, spray, holiday, crayon, player, runway, stray, trays, always, relay, playing, dismay, crayons, hallway, daytime, highway (word sort words: strap, trails, sprain, splat, strain)
Read & Find
Focus: Decoding & Meaning
Students decode real and pretend words with the focus spelling pattern/phonogram. After they decode the word, the decide if it is a real word or a pretend word. If it is a real word, they color in the box. Level 3 may have pretend homophones (example: traid (sounds like a real word but is spelled incorrectly).
Stretch It & Spell
Focus: Segmentation & Spelling
Students say the word associated with the picture that has the focus spelling pattern/phonogram. They have to segment the word (stretch it/say it slowly) to hear each sound. Then they spell the word using the corresponding spelling pattern/phonogram.
Focus: Visual Discrimination
Students read each word in the word list. Often times many of these words will have similar beginnings so students will need to search carefully through the middles and ends. Then students will write the word in the correct box that matches the word family or phonogram. Lastly, students will underline the word family or phonogram in the words.
Focus: Spelling & Word Flexibility
Students use the letters in the boxes to create at least six words with the focus spelling pattern or phonogram. Most of the time, there will be more than six possible words that could be created.
Read, Find & Think
Focus: Reading in Context & Comprehension
Students read the short passage. Then, students reread and underline all of the words that contain the spelling pattern/phonogram. Lastly, students answer questions about the passage. Some questions are right there questions and some questions require students to infer.
Students practice reading aloud the short passage three times to work on fluency. After each time they reread the passage, they mark an X in the box below the passage.
Complete the Sentence
Focus: Using Meaning, Language, and Visual Information
Students have to choose words to complete the sentence. Students need to think about which word looks right, sounds right, and make sense. Then they circle the word and write it on the line.
Focus: Composing & Spelling
Students write a sentence using the word depicted in the picture. This word will have the focus spelling pattern or phonogram. If the student can not figure out what the word is, it is written in the direction box at the bottom of the page.
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