These two worksheets are perfect for reviewing or learning about the silent e rule. Students use their reading skills to read the simple words containing short vowel sounds, then add a 'magic' e to find out what the word is with a long vowel sound. Students then draw a picture to show what the new word is.
These worksheets are a great way to practice the 'silent e', 'magic e' or 'fairy e' concept .
Print this worksheet back-to-back.
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