Skills. Confidence. Enjoyment. Short Vowel E Phonics Story
Is your student ready to read? Or do they need a smaller hop into reading? If they know all their letter sounds, then they can decode these short short vowel stories.
Ed Egg vs. Peg Leg Egg is the second phonics eBook in this series and utilizes only the short vowel e.
Short Vowel Shorts helps make the transition from decoding to reading comprehension, inviting prediction and inference.
Short Vowel Shorts are designed to help kids learn skills, grow in confidence and enjoy learning to read.
Short Vowel Shorts is a series of five phonics books designed to be an engaging compliment to word family or phonics worksheets and other reading activities. They don’t contain any sight words, so children who know all their letter sounds but haven’t learned sight words yet can decode and read them, initially with help from a parent or teacher, and then by themselves.
Each story contains only one short vowel sound (short vowel a, short vowel e, short vowel i, short vowel o, or short vowel u), so children are only deciphering one vowel sound for the whole story rather than a mix of multiple vowel sounds.
The aim of Short Vowel Shorts is to provide teachers with a compliment to phonics worksheets and an option for a phonics step between single letter sounds/word families and short stories that contain sight words and a mix of multiple vowel sounds.