This is a worksheet for those learning German as a foreign or second language (DaF/DaZ) and I use it for remedial German. The vocabulary for the exercises is already put into flashcard format so learners can start learning new vocabulary right away. Labels for the flashcards have vowel indicators for long and short vowel sounds. A domino game and a rebus reader with rhyming words like Bär/Meer, März/Herz is also included for younger learners.
Page 1: The I-Sound with original phoneme mouth pictures. Explanation of the long-I and short-I spelling. Exercises for spelling words and for writing the plural form.
Page 2: Domino Game with long-i and short-i words
Page 3: Phoneme mouth pictures of the E-Sound. Explanation of the E-Sound and E, Ä spellings.
Page 4: Exercises for the long -e, -eh, -ee spellings, and the long -ä, -äh, and -äe spellings. Exercise for recognizing related words (word families).
Page 5: Exercises for the short -e, -eh, -ee spellings, and the short -ä, -äh, and -äe spellings. Exercise for recognizing related words (word families).
Page 6: Rebus reader
Page 7: Explanation of the use of functional flashcards - marking learned flashcards, and the use of the progress bar.
Page 8: Flashcards -i, and -ie
Page 9: Flashcards -e and -ä
Page 10: flashcard labels with vowel indicators for long and short vowels
Pages 11-14 Answer key with translation of sentences and the full text to the Rebus reader/ poem.
This product has been quality controlled by a German proofreader and philologist. Pictures are drawn by me or otherwise modified from CC0 public domain sources.