Vowel teams activities
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These vowel team read and draw pages are the perfect fit for kids who love to draw. My 1st grader draws on everything. Any printable activity I create for her ends up with drawings all over it. So, I knew that I needed to create some pages for her that allowed her to get it all ... Read More about Vowel Team Read and Draw Pages
I try to DIY saved to Kiddos
Want your students to rock their phonics skills? Loads of vowel team fun with this interactive game for 2nd grade and 3rd grade. Break the boredom and motivate your kids! #phonicsgames #VowelTeams #PhonicsActivities #Freebie #readingactivities #1stGrade #FirstGrade #ELA #LiteracyCenter #Phonics #wordwork #TeacherFeatures #readingspecialist #readingintervention #smallgroupreading #2ndGrade #SecondGrade #3rdGrade #ThirdGrade
In this long e sound phonics game, there is plenty of time to practice recognizing the vowel digraph ee, as well as reading words with this sound.
Jane Chin saved to K1 lesson plans
Spin, Read, and BUMP will have your students giggling while they learn key vowel team words! This game is super fun and can be played as single player or multi-player with just a few adaptations. If you are looking for more games be sure to check out our Spin, Read, and BUMP Pack today! 1 Player […]
Rachel Berryhill saved to Classroom Learning
This is a FREE sample of "ALL-IN-ONE READING PASSAGES - LONG VOWELS." This no prep long vowel reading passages is the perfect addition to any primary classroom. It can be used for skill practice, reading comprehension, fluency, cold reads, assessment, hom
RahRah Malone saved to Things Teachers Love!
These vowel team phonics worksheets are a fantastic way to help kids learn to use long vowel team chunks to read words! Looking for more of our Color the Chunk Phonics Pages? Look no more! If you’re l
Elizabeth Murray saved to Word study
In this blog post, I explain vowel teams and give examples. I share WHEN I teach vowel teams and HOW I teach them, too.
stephanie mijares saved to cd
Vowel teams can be tricky to teach in engaging and exciting ways, but luckily there are SEVERAL great resources available!
Christine Musech saved to Quick Saves
Are you looking for a fun way to introduce and build on your students’ vowel team knowledge? Then you will love our Vowel Teams Printable Activities for First Grade.
Melissa Tyler saved to teaching ideas
Bring the Fun Factor into Reading Lessons Making lessons fun and associating difficult lessons with pleasantries and turn a discouraged student into an eager participant. I love to integrate games into my lessons and here is a favorite. Vowel Combination Balloon Toss and Other Games 1) Place the vowel combinations on a balloon with a permanent marker, or have the students do it themselves. Pass the balloon from student to student. They will then say the first vowel combination they see and…
Jessica Z saved to Elementary ELA