R-Controlled Spell in the Blank (Digital)

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Check out all the spelling and phonics practice included in our DIGITAL R-Controlled Spell in the Blank resource...for Google Drive AND Seesaw!

Your learners don’t need their own collection of color-coded magnetic letters {vowel red, consonants blue} or a magnetic cookie sheet to spell words with short vowels and the r-controlled pattern. That’s what you can use this digital resource for!

FOUR Levels of Learning are Included:

Level 1: Short Vowels* vs. R-Controlled Vowels

For example, short a words are compared to ar words. In Level 1,

  • 6 slides for a/ar
  • 4 slides for e/er
  • 6 slides for i/ir
  • 6 slides for o/or
  • 5 slides for u/ur
  • 4 slides for ar/w+ar and or/w+or

Level 2: R-Controlled Vowels vs. R-Controlled Vowels

For example, ir is compared with ar. There are 10 slides total in Level 2:

  • ar/or bossy r vowels (2 slides)
  • ir/ar bossy r vowels (2 slides)
  • or/er bossy r vowels (2 slides)
  • ur/ar bossy r vowels (2 slides)
  • ar/er bossy r vowels (2 slides)

Level 3: R-Controlled vs. R-Controlled Vowels with Similar Sounds

For example, ir is compared to er. There are 8 slides total in Level 3:

  • er/ir bossy r vowels (2 slides)
  • ir/ur bossy r vowels (2 slides)
  • w+ar/or bossy r vowels (2 slides)
  • w+or/ir bossy r vowels (2 slides)

Level 4: Advanced R-Controlled Vowels

Long vowel r-controlled vowels are included in this section. There are 10 slides total:

  • ar/are vowels (2 slides)
  • ar/air vowels (2 slides)
  • ar/ear with the long a sound vowels (2 slides)
  • er/ere vowels (2 slides)
  • er/ere vowels (2 slides)
  • er/ear vowels (2 slides)
  • ir/ire vowels (2 slides)
  • ur/ure vowels (2 slides)

The activities are great for phonemic awareness because they get learners to single out and listen for vowel phonemes {or sounds} in words.

FOR SEESEAW – There are ELEVEN activity links in this file. They are in shorter files, so they fit within Seesaw’s limitations and don’t overwhelm learners. If you're unsure, you can follow the directions in my Seesaw tutorial to assign the activities.

Short Vowel vs. R-Controlled Vowel

  1. Short a vs. ar (6 slides)
  2. Short e vs. er (4 slides)
  3. Short i vs. ir (6 slides)
  4. Short o vs. or (6 slides)
  5. Short u vs. ur (5 slides)
  6. w+ar vs w+or (4 slides)

Two Different R-Controlled Vowels

  1. Mixed Review Activity (5 slides)
  2. Mixed Review Activity (5 slides)

Similar Sound R-Controlled Vowels

  1. Mixed Review Activity (4 slides)
  2. Mixed Review Activity (4 slides)
  3. Advanced R-Controlled Vowels (10 slides)

FOR GOOGLE SLIDES/GOOGLE DRIVE – You DO need a Google account and access to the internet. iPad users will need to download the free app for Google Slides.

Don’t have Google Classroom? No worries! You don’t have to have it to use this resource. Directions on how to use it on Google Slides, Microsoft OneDrive, and the iPad are included in the download. Visit my blog post if  you’d like to try Google Classroom.

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