Long Vowel Team Science of Reading Comprehension Phonics Worksheets Morning Work

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Do your students need practice with the long vowel teams used in reading context and with word mapping activities? This vowel pair bundle has you covered, and it is print and go. It includes reading comprehension passages with questions, word work mapping activities, and different hands-on activities covering various long vowels.

The hands-on activities include sorting, dabbing, matching, building, and spinning activities. The hands-on activities are original to this resource, and it has been updated to a bundle with the passages and mapping activities to support SoR best practices.

Check the preview to see examples of each type of activity in this packet.

This no prep printable resource is included in my 500+ page vowel teams Bundle! Click here to link.

Includes:

•Reading Comprehension Passages

•Mapping Words

•Tap & Map Words

•Blending Words

•Building Words

•Sort it

•Dab the Vowel Team

•Treasure Sort: A Read & Sort. Here students will not only sort the word, but demonstrate reading the words by matching the words with the pictures.

•Build the Words

•Spin and Match

Covered with the Passages & Word Mapping Packet:

One Syllable Vowel Teams

•Long A: ai, ay

•Long E: ea, ee

•Long I: y, igh

•Long O: oa, oe, ow

•Long U: ew, ue

Covered with the Hands-On Original Packet:

•As in long a: ai, ay

•As in long e: ea, ee, ie, ey, y

•As in long i: ie, igh, y

•As in long o: oa, oe, ow

•As in long u: ue, ew, ui

About the Author’s Skill to Write These:

These decodable reading comprehension passages are well written by Jolene Mathew, a children’s author, who is also an experienced primary teacher with over a decade of experience in the educational field who has stayed current in her professional development with following the science of reading best practices and has been a life-long writer since the age of ten. She started creating phonics resources in 2013 and can be found making up silly rhymes with her son all the time. She has written over a hundred decodable books and passages for The Candy Class and another technical educational company. She says she now catches herself rewording her social media posts to be decodable these days because it has become so embedded in her thinking when she writes. That just goes to show how much skill she has developed with writing decodables that it has become an automatic way of writing for her.

These vowel team activities will help your students to develop their reading skills. If you are interested in these and not purchasing right away, make sure to add these to your wishlist to make it easy to find and add to your cart later.

PS. Make sure to follow The Candy Class by clicking here, so you can see when more resources aligned with the science of reading best practices are posted and other engaging no prep resources. Many of these go on sale initially, so look out for the new resource email.

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Associate the long and short sounds with common spellings (graphemes) for the five major vowels.
Orally produce single-syllable words by blending sounds (phonemes), including consonant blends.
Isolate and pronounce initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in spoken single-syllable words.
Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes).

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