Practice reading silent e and non-silent e words and help students sort long vowel words and short vowel words with a puzzle match game, file folder center sort game, and four worksheets.
Product is also a part of Long versus Short Vowels BUNDLE.
Included in this pdf file is a puzzle match game, a file folder sort game, and four worksheets in both color and black and white with answer key.
* In the puzzle match game
, students should match the long vowel sound (the left) to the short vowel sound (the right) as they practice reading the words aloud. It uses self-correcting puzzle cards.
* The file folder sort game
has two “boards” to print and attach to two sides of a file folder and then 15 images (with words) to place on the proper side of the file folder.
* The Long or Short Vowels?
page provides 8 sentences with a bold word. Students must circle either Long or Short to coincide with the sound the bold word makes.
* The Silent e or no silent e?
worksheet provides a few sentences with a missing word and two spelling options for finishing the sentence. The student should decide between two spellings and write the correct spelling on the primary-grade lines.
* The Long or short sounds?
page asks students to mark the long vowel sounds or the short vowel sounds as well as any words with double phonograms.
* The “English words do not end in u or v”
page provides a few sentences that have words ending in u or v that do not necessarily follow the "silent e makes the vowel say its name” rule." The student should rewrite the misspelled word on the primary-grade lines.
For more Long vs Short Vowels Practice, see Long vs Short Vowels BINGO Game Cards.
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