This unit contains a variety of games, activities, and strategies for explaining and extending the understanding of Bossy E and long vowels to primary students. Included are:
- An original 8 page story which explains in kid friendly terms what the differences between vowel sounds are, and how the bossy E affects the other vowels and their sounds.
- Long Vowel go fish using superhero graphics and highlights for the vowels and bossy E sound. This also includes a list of words for each long vowel and a recording sheet that the students complete by sorting the pairs of matched long vowel cards by sound and letter used.
- Long Vowel pattern practice. This includes five full page work mats featuring a super hero and sound four sound boxes. The middle box is filled in with a vowel and the last box is filled in with an E. There are a set of letter and blend tiles to cut that will fit these boxes. Students can mix and match tiles to create their own long vowel words. There is a recording sheet to hold them accountable for their work as well.
- Four original posters are included with rhyming or story tales dedicated to one feature of this unit.
- ea rhyme and poster to reinforce long E sound with this combination
- ee rhyme and poster to reinforce long E sound with this combination
- When two vowels go walking chart and examples
- explanation of Bossy E and what it does to the other vowels
These are all collorful and will make great additions to your classroom as anchor charts to remind bossy E rules.
- EE and EA sorting mats and words cards with superhero graphics. Match the superhero to the Superhero motorcycle or helicoptor that his word belongs in. Recording sheet included.