This quick, low prep activity helped my kindergartner master i-e words!
After our success with our a-e fold and read cards, I knew we needed a set for the i-e words. This simple reading activity is one of my kindergartner’s favorites.
You will love how quick and low prep this is! Just print the pages front to back.
Then cut out the individual words.
Your child should read the short i word. (Sorry for the blurry picture!)
Then he folds in the side to read the new word, changing the short i sound to the long i sound.
For words that end with ck, your child will fold up to the line…
and notice that the letter c disappears.
The download comes with 15 different i-e words for your child to read.
This is just one of several activities I’ll be sharing to help your child learn to master i-e words. Stay tuned!
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Thank you very much for sharing your learning materials. They really help me a lot. God bless you.
Thank you very much for your resources! I’ve been looking all over the net to find an activity and I’m so glad I found yours! I’m a teaching assistant and I believe this is going to help so much! Thank you thank you!
You’re welcome, Tiffany!
You have been such a wonderful resource for me with your creative ideas and hands-on activities. I just came across your Fold and Read cards to help teach silent e words. They will be perfect for the special needs student I am currently tutoring. But I am having trouble finding a way to download the little books that I want to use to support them; there is a picture of a page that says “She can bake it … cake”, but no place (that I can see) to click on to download them. What am I missing?
HI Janet! On this page, you can scroll down to the green box that says “To get your free printable, click here” https://www.themeasuredmom.com/8-free-silent-e-phonics-readers/
Shirley Ann Davis-Majait
You’re a great blessing to all teachers like me. You understand our needs and help us to meet them. You’re creativity and resourcefulness was awesome!
Thank you so much for making our life more easier, fun and exciting.
I can’t wait to try and use your ideas.
God bless you always.
Thank you so much for this sweet encouragement, Shirley!
Your website is such a blessing to my family. This is my first year homeschooling. As I prepare for next year, your games and fun worksheets are helping me so much! Thank you for all the free stuff. My the Lord bless you and keep you, may He make His face shine upon you and grant you His peace both now and forever more.
Thank you for your kind words and blessing, Marianne!
Where have you been my whole teaching life?????
Thanks for all you do to support teachers. I teach Title I kids, so all these FREE things are wonderful!
You’re very welcome, Beth! I hope you find many helpful resources on my site.
You are amazing! Many of the teachers at the school I work at use your resources.
Thank you so much for helping teachers everywhere!
That’s fabulous to hear, Tracie! I’m thrilled your staff is using my printables!
Thank you for sharing!!
You’re welcome, Margie!
Thanks for sharing, and it’s really been a great help.
So glad to hear it!