Looking for some activities to brush up on phonics skills? Try these free ee worksheets!
I like to finish our study of each phonics pattern with some old fashioned worksheets. While I don’t think they should be the primary form of instruction (since they don’t actually teach – they assess), my Five enjoys them. And I like to see that he’s learned the pattern well.
My Five always asks for these fill in the blank sheets.
He had to think a little bit for this spelling page, but it was pretty easy for him.
A quick one!
He cut out the pictures and glued them next to the corresponding words.
He listened to the vowel sound in each picture’s name and glued it in the correct column.
The worksheet pack has even more activities, but I definitely don’t recommend doing all of them. We never do! Just pick the ones that fit your child’s or students’ level.
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Thank you so much for the freebie ee sheets! I was looking for some for so long and finally came upon these which are perfect for decoding and encoding. I am a grade one teacher and am very impressed by the variety of activities there are!
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Hooray! We are glad they’re working so well for your learners, Tiffany. You can find even more Measured Mom vowel team activities here, https://www.themeasuredmom.com/category/learning-to-read/phonics/long-vowel-teams/!
Oh, my word, these are awesome, thanks so much!
Thanks for all your worksheets during these homeschooling times. The teachers have been giving us things to do, but these worksheets just help so much more! Thanks again and hope you are your family are all safe. Helen, Scotland xx
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Thanks for making my 42 years of teaching so easy!
I have three levels within my class and your games and activities help them meet mastery of skills necessary for reading .
You are amazing! We thank you!
This makes me so happy to hear, Susan! Thank you for your comment!
They are very helpful. Thanks a million. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK…
You’re very welcome, Suvarna! I’m glad this works for you!
This is so good. thank you for sharing
You’re very welcome, Rose!
Wow. Thank you for the worksheets. I’m a parent trying to help my children by doing lessons at home on weekends. I am redoing the vowel team lessons for my son and these were great! Any chance there’s more worksheet packs for ea,Ai,Ay, igh, ie., oa, ow, ue or ew ?I did notice oo, thanks will be using those for sure. Also, love your printable books. Perfect to end the lesson with. I appreciate all your hard work.
Not yet, Jessica, but I look forward to creating those! I just don’t have a timeline yet. But you will find a variety of phonics worksheets (including those patterns) in a free pack for email subscribers. If you check out this page and subscribe using that box for phonics worksheets, you’ll get them right away. https://www.themeasuredmom.com/word-families/
Thank you! I was just working on making some similar sheets for my year 1 class and found these. You have saved me so much time and yours look much better than mine would have. You are awesome!
Yay – so glad to save you some time, Leanne! I hope these worked well for you.
Thank you for the worksheets.They will be very useful for my class.
You’re very welcome, Vaswati!
Thank you for providing these worksheets! They’re great for my first graders during centers!
You’re very welcome, Paloma!