This is just a quick post to give you our last installment of free fold and read cards for silent e words!
This is just a small set, as there are very few short u words that can be changed into a new word by adding an e. Don’t worry – we also have free games and worksheets that reinforce all the other u-e words.
Simply print and cut out the strips. Have your child read the short vowel word.
Then he folds in the paper to meet the dotted line and reads the new word.
Even with the small set of words, this was an important activity. I wanted my Five to see that when you make u-e words, the u can make the sound /oo/ (as in tube) or the sound /yoo/ (as in cute). He grasped this more easily than I’d anticipated. 🙂
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YOU ARE PHENOMENAL! I am an intervention tutor for grades 1-4 in math and reading and I cannot tell you how grateful I am for these resources. I appreciate and use them constantly. Keep up the amazing work — and THANK YOU.
Thank you so much for your kind words, Trisha!
Hi, I’ve been searching for creative ideas with the silent e. This is great! Thank you.
You’re very welcome, Kara!
Thank you for sharing these fold and read cvce words. I love it! I am new to your website but plan to visit it more often. You have wonderful ideas!
Thank you, Charlotte!
I LOVE your ideas. Thank you so much for all of the wonderful fun and useful activities!
Hope baby is doing well.
Please keep posting and sharing!
(At this time, I am trying to figure out how to “put together” the fold-n-read words!)
Thank you, Erin! I hope you figured out how to use these. 🙂 Baby is doing great – we thank God that he’s an amazing little sleeper!
It is really creative