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This is a fun way to have students recognize and learn to distinguish where they hear long vowel sounds (at the beginning, middle or end of a word). Used as a literacy station, printed cards on cardstock can be placed around the room at students’ height. Using a clipboard and recording sheet, students will have a choice of two variations. The first allows students to copy the word and then color the first box for the beginning vowel sound, the second box for the middle vowel sound and the last box for the final vowel sound.
The second recording sheet allows students to cut and paste the picture into the correct column. An answer sheet is also included for each vowel sound activity.
For individual long vowel sounds, click on the links below: