Looking for some i-e worksheets to assess what your students have learned? You’ll love the variety in this pack!
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My Five is doing quite well as a kindergarten reader, easily reading books like this one. However, his phonics skills are lagging beyond his ability to read words in context. So I’ve been doing a variety of phonics activities with him to strengthen his skills.
Note: I do NOT give worksheets to teach him his skills. These are a way to CHECK what he’s already learned through a variety of fun, hands-on learning activities.
Here are some hands-on ways to learn i-e words – before worksheets!
After I’m fairly confident that my Five has the grasp of a new phonics pattern, I will sometimes pull out some worksheets to test his knowledge. This pack comes with ten worksheets. I printed all of them and let him choose the ones he wanted to do.
This cut and paste activity is one of his favorites.
He loves alphabet stamps, too.
It always amazes me how well he does on these fill in the blank worksheets. They work for him because he’s a competent reader. For children with less ability to read words in context, this page may not be the best choice.
Even though my Five doesn’t do a lot of spelling independently, he is able to find the correct spelling without much difficulty.
This one takes just a minute or so to complete. 🙂
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