Looking for some activities to brush up on phonics skills? Try these free ee worksheets!
We’re finished with our ee activities! So far my son has read phonetic books with ee words, played a fun roll and read game, played our traditional four-in-a-row games, and finished up with a classic follow the path game.
I like to finish our study of each phonics pattern with some old fashioned worksheets. While I don’t think they should be the primary form of instruction (since they don’t actually teach – they assess), my Five enjoys them. And I like to see that he’s learned the pattern well.
My Five always asks for these fill in the blank sheets.
He had to think a little bit for this spelling page, but it was pretty easy for him.
A quick one!
He cut out the pictures and glued them next to the corresponding words.
He listened to the vowel sound in each picture’s name and glued it in the correct column.
The worksheet pack has even more activities, but I definitely don’t recommend doing all of them. We never do! Just pick the ones that fit your child’s or students’ level.
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