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If you’re a long time follower of this blog, you know that I love to share reading games and hands-on learning activities.
Occasionally I share a few worksheets – always with the caveat that worksheets assess, not teach, and they should be done only after more meaningful learning has taken place.
I pulled out these short i worksheets with my kindergartner for some extra review.
I usually spend 15-20 minutes doing extra learning with my Five when he comes home from morning kindergarten. On this particular day I pulled out our stack of nine short i worksheets. (No, I wasn’t planning to have him do them all!)
I asked him to choose the first worksheet.
It’s no surprise that he chose the quickest one. 😉
He absolutely loves to draw, so the “Draw it!” pages are a favorite. I find that interesting since my oldest son, who was a very advanced reader by this time, didn’t like this kind of worksheet at all. It’s nice to have a variety in the pack!
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This was a quick spelling worksheet. He had to fill in the missing letter for each word.
We pulled out the pages again on another day. I told him he had to choose one cut and paste worksheet, so he did this one.
And I told him he had to choose one worksheet that required him to write the words. This one was a good choice.
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Short Vowel Word Family Mats & Games
Students love these hands-on reading mats. Print the mats and cards in color or black and white. Watch your students read and match the words to the pictures. You’ll also get a printable worksheet and two games for each mat!