Looking for a set of short e worksheets? Try these!
Today I’m sharing a set of short e worksheets. Now that my kindergartner is starting to read more fluently, these are a great review for him.
I got our supplies ready before having my Five sit down with me. I asked him which worksheet he’d like to do first.
He loves to draw, so this was his first choice.
And as always – this one. It’s the shortest. 😉
Another quick one! You can use stamps with these, but he just used a pencil.
I always like him to do at least one worksheet that fits in some handwriting practice. He chose this one.
And I also like him to do at least one cut-and-paste worksheet … his very least favorite! 😛
There are more than the featured worksheets in the pack, but of course there’s no need to do all of them. And be sure to start with hands-on learning like you’ll find at the end of the post.
Get your free short e worksheets!
YOU AND YOUR STUDENTS WILL LOVE THESE NO-PRINT ACTIVITIES!
Early Reading No-Print Bundle
Your students can complete these activities in Google Slides on a computer or tablet. The activities give them practice with sight words, beginning blends, CVC words, and CVCE words.
Thank you, it is very valuable, the kids enjoy the worksheet a lot.
Heather Groth, Customer Support
We’re glad to hear it, Stan!
Thank you. This is really helpful 🙂
Thank you so much for these free worksheets! With the pandemic and my little one who is still too young to register for kindergarten, I’m so thankful for your free resources! They have been a blessing. 🙂
Thank you for these worksheets
Thank you for this freebie! So very much appreciated.
Anna thank you so much for the freebies…. also its helping me a lot
Lovely activities that will enhance reading. Thank you for this.
You’re welcome, Rahina!
Thank you soo much Anna… all the worksheets are fab!! i am using it to teach my phonics children.. Its helping me a lot and children are having absolute fun doing it.. Thanks for all the freebies … hugs!!
You’re very welcome, Shikha!
We are doing short e cvc words. These activities are going to be very helpful. Thank you.
You’re welcome, Mimi!
Thank you very much!
You’re very welcome, Shelli!
Thanks so much for the freebies! I always look forward to the activities and the kids always like them.
I’m glad the learners like them, Edie!
Your blog and creative worksheets are always something I anticipate! Thank you!!!
You’re very welcome!
Thanks Anna, very helpful sheets for my ESE students!!
You’re welcome, Surekha!
Thank you Anna for all the wonderful resources. They are very helpful for my ESL and IEP students.
You’re very welcome, Cathie!
Thank you, Anna, so much for these worksheets. They will be a great review for the little boy I tutor. You are most generous with all of the wonderful things that you have available for free!!
You’re very welcome, Barbara! Thank you for the kind words!
This will come very handy next week for my kids. Thank you
You’re welcome, Ruweyda!