Lesson Plans, Activities, and Games: This resource focuses on the Long-O sound. Use the items within to teach, reinforce, and practice the skills of reading and spelling words with the Long-O sound with your primary students and those older students who might need interventions.
Long-vowel patterns can be confusing to our students. They appear to use but confuse those various long-vowel patterns in the English language. By studying words and the patterns within, students writing will improve as well as their reading.
Research proven Spelling Test and Teaching Strategies
“The Sound-Oh” & “Old Mac Donald had a Sound” Songs
53 Picture Cards for Sorting
Word Sorting Directions & 80 Cards
Long-O Spelling Pattern Cards
Speed Sorting Recording Sheet
Word Sorting Worksheets
Long-O in Poetry
“On the Open Road” Game & Directions
Word Hunting Directions & Other Teaching Suggestions
Word Hunting Recording Sheets
100 Ink Friendly Phonemic Awareness Word Cards and Segmenting w/”Sounds Heard” page
Missing Sounds Assessments
“Go Boating” Game
“Sight Word Swifty” Directions & Game Boards
“Spelling Word Swifty” Game Boards
“…Swifty” Recording Sheet
“What Looks Right?” Visual Discrimination
If you'd like more like this, check out Long-E Word Work
Long U Word Work
Long I Word Work
Or check out the Long Vowel Word Work Bundle
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