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Are you working on silent, or “magic” e word work
with your kiddos? If so, I think they’ll really enjoy this Magic e Mitten packet.
Simply run the mitten pattern off on a variety of colors of construction paper.
I wanted mine to have a red mitten with a green cuff + a green mitten with a red cuff, so I ran off two of each page (one on red and one on green).
Laminate, trim and then cut the cuffs off so that you create puzzles
for an independent center
, or use for a “Magic e” Mitten Matching Game
You could also use these for an “I Have; Who Has?” game
The packet also includes a Magic e Word Work journal
. Students trace the word, add a “magic e” to the end (using a different color) and then write the new word that’s made.
Encourage students to look up words that they don't know
and define them on the “new-word-to-me” definition worksheet
, which can also go in their journal.
* There are also Mitten Math worksheets
, where the word + an e ='s a new word,
* A magic e rules poster
* Long & short vowel sorting mat
, with matching worksheet
* An alphabetical list of 86
magic e words, plus
* A pattern to make a magic e, mitten wand
These make easy-peasy activities for your Daily 5 word work
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you a wonderful winter, filled with lots of magical moments.
For more vowel
and word work activities
, click on these links:
”Vowels & Villains”
, which is my number one selling download.
"Word Wizard" Activities
, which are filled with “magic” and whimsy too.