Long Vowel Practice Readers

Long Vowel Practice Readers
Long Vowel Practice Readers
Long Vowel Practice Readers
Long Vowel Practice Readers
Long Vowel Practice Readers
Long Vowel Practice Readers
Long Vowel Practice Readers
Long Vowel Practice Readers
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These beginning readers will give your students an opportunity to practice reading long vowels. Your students can use it during reading groups, with a partner, or at home. The pictures support the text so every student becomes a successful reader.

Where is my Cape? – Long A Reader

Kate asked Jake to come over to play. Jake cannot find his cape.
Kate said, “Is your cape by the cake?”
Jake said, “No, it is not.”
Kate said, “Is your cape by the gate?”
Jake said, “No, it is not.”
Kate said, “Is your cape by the snake?”
Jake said, “No, it is not.”
Kate said, “Is your cape by the cave?”
Jake said, “Look! There is my cape.”
Kate said, “You found your cape!”
Jake said, “Let’s play!”

The Hike – Long I Reader

Mike and Spike went on a hike to a lake.
They saw an owl in a pine tree.
They saw a fox hide behind a log.
They saw a moose in a wide meadow.
They saw a squirrel bite an acorn.
When they got to the lake. Mike flew a kite and Spike jumped into a pile of leaves. It was a fun hike.



The Note – Long O Reader

Kate found a note on her bike. It said, “Ride your bike to the pond.” She rode her bike to the pond.
Kate found a note on rope by the pond. It said, “Ride your bike to the farm.” She rode her bike to the farm.
Kate found a note on the hose at the farm. It said, “Ride your bike to the school.” She rode her bike to the school.
Kate found a note on the pole at the school. It said, “Ride your bike to the pet store.” She rode her bike to the pet store.
Kate found a note on a bone at the pet store. It said, “Give the bone to your new dog.” She gave the bone to her new dog and rode home.




Time to Rhyme – Long U Reader

Mrs. Hume sat in front of the class. She said, “Can you think of a word that rhymes with cube?”
Mike said “Tube rhymes with cube.”
Mrs. Hume said, “Can you think of a word that rhymes with tune?
Rose said, “June rhymes with tune.”
Mrs. Hume said, “Can you think of word that rhymes with flute?”
Kate said, “Cute rhymes with flute.”
Mrs. Hume said, “Can you think of a word that rhymes with rude?
Jake said, “Food rhymes with rude. Is it time for lunch?”

Happy reading!

Susan Grady
The Grady Bunch













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