Today I’m sharing the final set of my short vowel worksheet packs.
As always, I like to remind you to use these worksheets as an assessment tool after you do a variety of more meaningful learning activities.
As always, I printed the entire set of nine worksheets and asked my Six (a mid-year kindergartner) which one he’d like to do first. He chose this one.
He filled in the empty spaces on this worksheet.
Next, he drew lines to match the pictures to the words.
Finally, I told him he had to pick one cut and paste worksheet (his least favorite).
He chose this one.
Truthfully, all of these worksheets are now much too easy for my Six. It’s just taken me this long to finish creating them and publishing them on the blog. I hope you get a chance to use them!
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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.