Revised Activity! Your young readers will have fun practicing reading these one-syllable words, geared to first and second grade spelling levels.
Students must be able to read and identify short and long vowel words. The egg graphics add a little seasonal fun to the learning. Many words have the digraphs -sh, -ch, –tch, and –ck, as well as vowel teams, and initial and final blends.
In addition to the words sorts there are extra fun pages (mazes and scrambled words) for identifying words that have short and long vowel sounds.
--“Chicks Mix” Scrambled Eggs Spelling Words
--Scrambled Eggs Sentence Writing: Write three egg-cellent sentences.
--Word Sort Activities –2 sorting activities using short vowels and long vowels.
--Cut and arrange according to sounds. Two pages of words to cut up for sorting.
--Five pages of short vowel words /a/, /e/, /i/, /o/, /u/ and vowel teams, for identifying one-syllable words that have short or long vowels.
--Read and color egg words.
--Two egg mazes for reinforcing vowel skills.
--“Chicklet Writing Prompt”
"Eggy Vowels" resource addresses the reading foundational skills for grades 1 and 2. The Common Core Standards are hyperlinked within the file for Reading Foundational Skills.
I hope your kids enjoy this Eggy resource, including the scrambled eggs practice!
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