Looking to see if your child has mastered o-e words? Try this free worksheet pack!
Today I’ve got a set of ten free worksheets for practicing short o and o-e words.
But first – my standard disclaimer!
Worksheets do not teach. They test. Please be sure that you’ve done a lot of hands-on learning before doing these worksheets with your child or students.
And no worries – I’ve got lots! (And they’re all free!)
- Fold and read cards for o-e
- Four in a row games for o-e
- Follow the path games for o-e
- Phonics books for o-e
My kindergartner and I did all these games (and read the books) before I gave him the worksheets. He really enjoys this kind of seat work and did as many pages as he could between morning kindergarten and lunch time.
I don’t recommend having your child do the entire pack – just pick and choose which ones you know he can accomplish. There are different levels of difficulty in the pack on purpose.
He started with this fill in the blank worksheets because it’s his favorite kind.
I wanted to make sure he sorted pictures by their vowel sound. He did really well with this one, too.
He glued the pictures next to their names.
After lots of work with o-e words all week, he was easily able to find the correct spellings.
He hasn’t done this kind of page before and was unsure that he could. But I told him I thought he could spell the words himself, and he did wonderfully!
Finally, this was the first time he did a drawing page. He loves to draw and create, and he did this quickly and easily. Not all children will handle this kind of page the same. I remember when his older brother tried this kind of page a year or so ago. He’s an excellent speller and artist, but he’s also a perfectionist. He completely fell apart when he didn’t know exactly how to draw each picture!
Enjoy the pack!
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the best website i have ever found!
I do really appreciate the material you provide.
You save my frustration with teaching material.
Thank you for the great handouts.
You’re very welcome, Maggie!
Amazing resources. I am so so so so grateful for your freebies. It is so generous of you to share so much. The worksheets and games make it so much fun!
Would you be okay with me adding a link on my website?
Hi Martha! Links to blog posts are always welcome. 🙂 But please link to the post and not the pdf file.
Thank you SO MUCH for sharing all of your hard work! I really appreciate it. It saves me from re-inventing the wheel YET one more time!!
You’re welcome, Nora!
Thank you, so much for sharing your work, Anna.
You’re very welcome, Sheri!