This is an "I have... Who has... card game using short vowel words and long vowel sound words using silent -e
The first student, who has the start card, reads the word and then asks for a new word. The person with that word reads their word and asks for a new word. This goes on until the last person with the stop card.
Simply print these pages out on card stock, cut apart and you're ready to play.
This is a quick, engaging way to review the difference silent -e makes in words.
Can be used individually as flash cards or as centers with a group.
Words used are: bit, bite, slim, slime, grim, grime, slid, slide, quit, quite, wag, wage, rag, rage, grad, grade, glob, globe, pop, pope, dot, dote, sag, sage, pet, Pete, plan, plane, hug, huge, win, wine, tap, tape, van, vane, pin, pine, hop, and hope.