Vowel sounds with pictures

Vowel sounds with pictures DEFAULT

15 picture books that teach short vowels

Reading these engaging books at nighttime or during a “spelling” time lets kids hear the sounds within context. This activity is more interesting and engaging than copying the sound onto worksheets or only reading decodable books.

If you are able to incorporate one of these books in your nightly read when you know your child is studying a particular vowel at school, you will see their eyes light up. “I know this sound! We just learned it in class!” You might also stop during a walk or a drive to point out the /o/ in the stop sign or /e/ for the eggs you are eating for breakfast.

Short vowel A as in apple

They All Saw A Catby Brendan Wenzel

This book appeals to all age groups, and beginning readers and spellers will love being able to spell and repeat the word c-a-t. It’s rhythmic so kids can join in and carries a deeper message for children and adults about perspective.

Read online here.

Sours: https://www.writtenandbound.com/blog/picture-books-that-help-you-teach-short-vowel-sounds

When you teach reading and spelling, it’s a good idea to have a general overview of long vowel sounds. Let’s dive in!

A long vowel is a vowel that is pronounced the same as its name. For example, the word emu starts with the long E sound.

Seems pretty simple, right? But did you know that long vowel sounds can be spelled four different ways and that each way follows a specific spelling pattern?

The overview that follows will help you see the big picture about long vowel sounds as you teach reading and spelling. Read on to discover these useful patterns!

Four Ways to Form Long Vowel Sounds

A vowel at the end of a syllable can be long.
In the word we, as in We love emus, the vowel E is at the end of the syllable and says long E. In these words, the vowel at the end of a syllable is long: hero, hi, music.


Silent E can make the previous vowel long.
In the word cute, as in Emus are cute, the long U sound is formed by adding Silent E at the end of the word. Here are more words in which Silent E makes the previous vowel long: tape, shine, code.


Vowel teams can make long vowel sounds.
Vowel teams are two vowels that work together to make one sound. For example, in the word eat, as in Emus eat seeds, vowel team EA says long E. These words have vowel teams that make a long vowel sound: mail, sheep, soap.


I or O can be long when they come before two consonants.
In the word stroll, as in The emu went for a stroll, the letter O comes before two consonants and says its long vowel sound. In these words, I or O are long before two consonants: kind, gold, child.

So there you go—the four basic patterns for spelling long vowel sounds!

Let’s Dive in a Little Deeper

The chart below illustrates the most common ways to spell the long vowel sounds.

Click to Download a Printable Chart!

Seeing these spellings all gathered in one place is enlightening for those of us who are already proficient readers and spellers. But I would only recommend using the chart for reference, or with an older student who has already mastered most of these phonograms. I would not recommend overwhelming a beginning student by teaching these spellings all at once. Instead, teach these basic patterns to students incrementally, one at a time.

Activities to Teach Long Vowel Sounds

Are you interested in seeing how we teach the four long vowel patterns in All About Reading and All About Spelling? Here is a sampling for you to download and enjoy!

The Bottom Line for Teaching Long Vowel Sounds

When it comes to teaching long vowel sounds, here’s what you need to keep in mind:

  • Long vowel sounds can be spelled four different ways, each following a specific pattern.
  • Teach these basic patterns to students incrementally, one at a time.
  • Keep it fun! Use a wide variety of interesting activities to help your student learn the four patterns for forming long vowel sounds.

All About Reading and All About Spelling walk you and your student through all the steps needed to help your student learn to read and spell. The programs are multisensory, motivating, and complete with everything you need. And if you ever need a helping hand, we’re here for you.

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What’s your take on teaching the long vowel sounds? Do you have anything else to share? Let me know in the comments below!

Looking for information on short vowels? Check out our Handy Guide to Short Vowel Sounds!

Sours: https://blog.allaboutlearningpress.com/long-vowel-sounds/
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Phonics Worksheets - Full List

Short A Vowel Sound

With these files, your students will practice reading and writing words with the short a vowel sounds. Printables include word and picture sorts, a phonics card game, cut-and-glue activities, reading sliders, and more.

Long A Vowel Sound

All of the printable activities in this unit features words that have the long a vowel sound. There are word wheels, card games, cut-and-paste activities, coloring worksheets, and much more.

Short A & Long A (Mixed)

The worksheets on this page have words with both the short a and long a vowel sounds. These printable games and worksheets require students to sort or differentiate between the two sounds.

Short E Vowel Sound

Help students write and read words with the short e vowel sound. This page has tracing worksheets, reading spinners, paste-and-cut projects, and puzzles.

Long E Vowel Sound

Our long e page has a variety of learning center activities, cutting and gluing activities, as well as word sorts.

Short E & Long E (Mixed)

This page has a collection of printable worksheets and games featuring words with short-E and long-E vowel sounds.

Short I Vowel Sound

Focus on the short I vowel sound with these printable phonics worksheets.

Long I Vowel Sound

These printable phonics worksheets feature words that have a long-I vowel sound. There are cut-and-glue activities, word wheels, word sliders, and more.

Short I & Long I (Mixed)

The worksheets on this page have words with both the long I and short I vowel sounds. These printables require your students to sort between the two sounds.

Short O Vowel Sound

This set of phonics worksheets teaches students about the short O sound.

Long O Vowel Sound

This collection of printable phonics worksheets highlight words that have a long-O vowel sound.

Short O & Long O (Mixed)

Differentiate between words with the long-O vowel sound and those with a short-O vowel sound with this selection of phonics worksheets.

Short U Vowel Sound

The short U vowel sound is the focus of these printable mini-books, games, and worksheets.

Long U Vowel Sound

These printable worksheets are designed to have students read and learn about words that have a long-U sound.

Short U & Long U (Mixed)

Students can explore the differences between the long-U and short-U vowel sounds in words.

Consonant B b

Worksheets, mini-books, and games that focus on the consonant letter b.

Consonant C c

Printable games, worksheets, and mini-books that focus on the consonant letter c.

Consonant D d

Print these worksheets that focus on the consonant letter d.

Consonant F f

Worksheets to help students learn the letter f.

Consonant G g

With these worksheets, students will learn the sounds made by the letter g.

Consonant H h

Worksheets, mini-books, and printable games that focus on the letter h.

Consonant J j

Complete set of worksheets for the consonant letter j.

Consonant K k

Materials for teaching students about the sound made by the letter k.

Consonant L l

Learn about the consonant letter l with these printable worksheets.

Consonant M m

Worksheets, printable mini-books, and card games for the consonant letter m.

Consonant N n

Print worksheets, games, mini-books, and activities for the letter n.

Consonant P p

Practice the sound made by the letter p with these printable classroom activities.

Consonant Q q

Master the sound made by the letters qu with these worksheets.

Consonant R r

Printable worksheets, mini-books, and games for the letter r.

Consonant S s

The consonant letter s is the focus of this phonics worksheet set.

Consonant T t

Mini-books, worksheets, and more on this letter t page.

Consonant V v

Worksheets for teaching students about the letter v.

Consonant W w

Word sorts, cut-and-glue activities, and printables for teaching the /w/ sound.

Consonant X x

Here are several activities for learning the /x/ sound.

Consonant Y y

Yes, you can learn to read about yo-yos, yaks, yolks, and yarn with the /y/ worksheets.

Consonant Z z

Use these worksheets and games to practice reading words with the /z/ sound.

Digraph: CH

Practice the /ch/ sound with these worksheets and activities.

Digraph: SH

Learn to say and read the /sh/ sound with these printable worksheets and activities.

Digraph: TH

Learn the two different ways to read and say /th/ with this collection of printables.

Digraph: WH

Practice reading words with the /wh/ sound.

Digraphs: Ch- and Sh- (Mixed)

These worksheets will help your students learn to differentiate between the /ch/ and /sh/ sounds and spellings.

Blend Family: L-Family Blends

This phonics unit has many printable worksheets featuring words with the L-family blend such as: bl-, cl-, fl-, gl-, pl-, and sl-.

Blend Family: R-Family Blends

Printable worksheets for teaching students to read and write basic words that begin with the letters br, cr, dr, fr, gr, pr, and tr.

Blend: BL

Read and write words with the /bl/ sound.

Blend: BR

Use these printable activities to help teach students about the BR consonant blend.

Blend: CL

Use the printable activities on this page to help students practice the CL consonant blend.

Blend: CR

These printable activities can be used to help teach students about the CR consonant blend.

Blend: DR

A wide-selection of worksheets and activities for students to learn about the DR consonant blend.

Blend: FL

This unit contains words that have start with the /fl/ sound. Words include: flamingo, flashcards, Florida, floss, flute, fly, flag, flame, and flower.

Blend: FR

Use these worksheets to help teach students to read words with the /fr/ sound.

Blend: GL

Print out the phonics worksheets and activities on this page so your students can learn about words with the GL consonant blend.

Blend: GR

Use these printable phonics worksheets and activities to help students learn words with a /pr/ sound. Includes the words: grapes, grass, green, and grill.

Blend: PL

Students will use this wide array of worksheets and activities to help learn about words with the /pl/ sound.

Blend: PR

This unit is devoted to words with the PR consonant blend. You will find many different worksheets and activities for students to practice reading, writing, and identifying their PR words.

Blend: SC

Teach your students about words with the SC consonant blend with this phonics unit. Words in this unit include: scout, scare, scope, scoot, scarecrow, scarf, and scoop.

Blend: SK

When teaching your students about the SK consonant blend, you will find all kinds of printables, such as: a word wheel, cut-and-glue activities, writing activities, flashcards, and more!

Blend: SL

Use sentences, activities and mini-books to help deliver the SL sound.

Blend: SN

Try reading and writing words with the /sn/ sound.

Blend: SP

Check out the wide selection of printable games, activities, and worksheets featuring words with the SP consonant blend (ex: spin, spy, spell, spring, and space.

Blend: ST

Teach students to read words with the /st/ sound.

Blend: SW

This unit highlighting SW words has all kinds of printable worksheets including a word search puzzle, word slider, word wheel, flashcards, cut-and-glue activities, and more!

Blend: TR

Teach students about the TR consonant blend with these printable activities, puzzles, and worksheets.

Blend: STR

Practice reading and writing words with the /str/ sound.

r-Controlled Vowels: AR

Printable worksheets with feature words with the r-controlled vowel sound made by the letters -ar. Sometimes teachers informally referred to r-controlled vowel sounds as "Bossy R" sounds.

OI and OY

Learn about the /oy/ vowel sound with these printables. Includes flashcards, word sliders, stampers, and sentence completion activities.

OW and OU

Learn about /ow/ spelled with ou and ow.

EE and EA

Learn about the long e sound spelled with the digraphs ee and ea.

OO Words

Learn about the short and long oo sounds with these phonics worksheets.

CVC Words

The worksheets on this page have words with the consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) pattern.

CVVC Words

Print activities for teaching words with the consonant-vowel-vowel-consonant pattern.

CVCe (Silent e) Words

This page has several different types of activities for learning about Silent E (CVCe) words.

Beginning, Middle, &
Ending Sounds
Initial Consonants

These worksheets and games can be used to help students recognize beginning consonant sounds in words.

Ending Consonants

On these worksheets, students determine which consonant sounds are at the end of each word.

Word Families

We have word family units for dozens of word families, including -ack, -ad, -ag, -ail, -ake, -all, -ap, -an, -am, -and, -at, -ate, -aw, -ay, -eal, -ear, -eep, -eel, -eet, -ent, -ell, -ight, -ime, -ine, -ing, -ook, -op, -ow, -ug, and -ump.

Word Wheels (Word Families)

Practice reading word family sets with these word wheels.

Sight Word Units

We have 30 weeks of sight word units. Each unit highlights five words for kids to learn and includes a variety of sight word games, worksheets, and learning center activities.

Sight Words (Individual)

Download printable worksheets for over 200 individual sight words. Each word has about nine worksheets.

Dolch Sight Words

Sight word bingo, word wheels, and flashcards.

Fry Instant Sight Words

Use these tools to help your students master the Fry Instant Word lists.

Alphabet Crowns

Print letter and number hats that your students can color and wear in school. Each hat features a letter (or number) of the day, with pictures.

Phonics Mini-Books

Print these tiny 8-page mini-books for each consonant and vowel sound.

Word Ladders

To complete these phonics puzzles, students change letters in the given words to build new words. (Level: Very Basic)

Phonics For Older Students
Phonics for Older Students (General)

Phonics vowel sounds, blends, and diphthongs for upper-elementary students.

Phonics for Older Students: Long and Short Vowel Sounds

Recognize long and short vowel sounds in words.

Reading & Writing Worksheets - Full List

Printable worksheets to help students learn long and short vowel sounds.

Sours: https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/full-phonics.html
What are the Short Vowel Sounds?

FREE Long Vowel Printables

It’s time for some long vowel printables!

To introduce ALuv {age 6} to them, I focused first on phonemic awareness.  Basically what this means is that these activities didn’t involve print…he was only listening for sounds.

Download the FREE Long Vowel Listening Activities and Long Vowel Printables at the end of this post!

Long Vowel Sounds Listening Activities Pack - FREE - This Reading Mama

*This pack contains affiliate links.

 

FREE Long Vowel Listening Activities

Included in this free pack are THREE activities:

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1. It Falls Short– Students name each object on the row and find the two that are not the long sound of that particular vowel.

 

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2. Long Vowel Cut and Paste Activity – Students cut apart pictures and sort them by long vowel sounds, but watch out for those two oddballs! {included in black and white}

 

3. Long and Short Vowel Picture Sorts – GREAT for the pocket chart or tap top area! Vowel cards and 6 color picture cards are included for each vowel.

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Vowel Cards

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Picture Cards Example

More Long Vowel Resources:

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Download this FREE Long Vowel Activity Pack HERE.

 

 

Enjoy teaching!
~Becky

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Sours: https://thisreadingmama.com/free-long-vowel-printables/

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5 Fun Short Vowel Activities That Only Take 5 Minutes

Do your students confuse their short vowel sounds? Maybe they substitute e for a? Or i for e? Or just need more practice in general?!

The short vowel sounds can be so tricky, especially for students who have certain accents. In the southern United States, where I live, sometimes the e and i sound exactly the same!!

Accent or no accent, I find that my students need lots of practice differentiating between the short vowel sounds. They need practice when they’re first learning the sounds, of course, but ALSO later on. Once they learn long vowel sounds, things can get confusing, and we need to come back and review the short vowel sounds too!

In this post, I’ll share 5 short vowel activities that are fun, low prep, and only take a few minutes to implement. Plus I’ve got 4freebies for you! 🙂 Make sure to read all the way through the post so you don’t miss any of these freebies.

These short vowel activities are fun, low-prep and only take a few minutes. I use these with my Kindergarten, first grade, and even second grade students. Read the post for all the details and to download the free short vowel activities!

Activity #1: Short Vowel Craft Stick “Puppets”

In this activity, you say a word with a short vowel sound aloud. Students have to listen, repeat the word, identify the correct short vowel, and hold up the corresponding puppet.

This short vowel activity is simple and fun! Just say a word with a short vowel sound aloud. Students have to listen, repeat the word, identify the correct short vowel, and hold up the corresponding puppet. In addition to holding up the puppet, students should identify the vowel. ("A says /a/.") Read the entire blog post for more short vowel activities for Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade - and to download all the free materials!

In addition to holding up the puppet, students should identify the vowel. You can have them say the sound. Or, even better, have them say the letter name and sound: “A says /a/.”

Here’s an example:

You say the word “fish.”

Students say: “Fish.” Students hold up the “i” puppet. Students say: “I says /i/.”

It takes a little time to make the puppets, but once they’re done, you can use them over and over and over again!

You can download the templates HERE!

Activity #2: Sand Writing

Having kids trace a vowel in sand while saying the sound is an easy, engaging multisensory activity!

Just put sand on a paper plate, in an aluminum pie tin, or on a small tray. I like to use colored sand, like this (that’s an Amazon affiliate link), but regular sand works just fine too.

There are a few different things you can do with sand:

Option 1: Say a short vowel sound (i.e. /u/). Students repeat the sound. Students then write the correct letter in sand. While they are writing the letter, they say the letter name and sound (“U” says /u/).

Option 2: Use the same procedures for activity #1, where you say a short vowel word and students identify and write the vowel sound they hear. You’ll still want students to say the letter name and sound while they trace.

If you’re out of sand or want to change things up…try the free Sand Draw app!

Although it’s not quite the same as real sand, kids still get the sensory experience of tracing with their finger while saying the sound aloud.

Activity #3: Picture Sorts

This activity is simple but helpful for students who are having trouble differentiating between the vowel sounds.

Give students a set of picture cards for 2-3 sounds total (i.e., some pictures for a, i, and u). Have them name each picture out loud. Then, have them sort the pictures. When they’re finished, they can “read down” the column of pictures, again naming each picture. Once a student finishes reading down the column, he/she identifies the vowel sound that those pictures all contain.

If you need pictures for sorting, you can grab some HERE!

Activity #4: Vowel Fluency Strips

Even when students know the short vowel sounds, they may not always read them correctly in words!

To help them apply that knowledge, they need lots of practice. In-context practice is important (reading real texts), but isolated practice can be helpful too.

These (free) fluency strips are a great way for students to practice paying close attention to the vowel sound in a word!

These free fluency strips are a great way for students to practice paying close attention to the vowel sound in a word! Read the entire post for more short vowel activities AND to grab all the freebies!

If it helps, students can highlight all the vowels before they read across the strip.

Or, you can laminate the strips and have them use dry erase markers. You can put the strips on a ring, too!

A few of the words in the freebie may be unknown to students, so make sure to talk about what they mean, as well.

Grab the vowel fluency strips HERE!

Activity #5: Short or Long?

As I mentioned at the beginning of the post, students tend to experience vowel confusion once they start learning long vowel sounds.

It’s important to go back and review short vowel sounds (and contrast them to the long sounds). Word sorts and picture sorts are great for this. Another fun, simple activity is a game we play called “Short or Long?”

You say a word (or even just a vowel sound), and students have to call out the vowel sound and whether it is long or short (i.e., “Long A!”).

If you have Slinkys or rubber bands, students can stretch or contract them as they call out the vowel sound (i.e. stretching the rubber band long for a long vowel sound).

If you’re working in a larger group setting, you may want to have students write on a whiteboard rather than call out their answer.

Need More Phonics Activities?

I hope these ideas were helpful to you!! A couple more ideas (I know, I know, I only said 5 but I can’t help myself!) Check out my no-prep phonics games for Kindergarten and 1st grade. There’s a specific set for each of those grades geared towards CVC words.


Other products for CVC words would be the Kindergarten Decodable Readers for CVC words (Set 1 and Set 2) and the 1st Grade Decodable Readers for CVC words. Options are endless!

I also have one more bonus freebie for you – customizable word work games to help your students practice short vowel words or any other words of your choice!

There are many more activities for short vowels and other skills in my phonics program, From Sounds to Spelling.

From Sounds to Spelling is a comprehensive program that addresses:

  • Phonological awareness
  • Phonics – including decoding and spelling
  • High frequency words
  • Handwriting

The program includes:

  • Complete lesson plans
  • Games and activities for students (i.e. for independent work or small group)
  • Decodable texts
  • Phonics posters
  • Leveled materials for differentiation

To learn more about this Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade phonics program, click on the image below:

Happy teaching!

This blog post has FREE activities for practicing short vowel sounds with your Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students! Grab these short vowel fluency strips and the short vowel puppets in the post!
Sours: https://learningattheprimarypond.com/blog/5-short-vowel-activities/
English Pronunciation - Vowel Sounds - Improve Your Accent \u0026 Speak Clearly

Just Sort It! Consonant and Vowel Sounds Picture Sorts MEGA BUNDLE – Phonemic Awareness

Description

These 175 no-prep picture sorts covering several different skills are a hands-on approach to word study and an excellent way for students to learn, practice, and apply phonemic awareness skills. These are great for whole-class teaching, small group instruction, literacy centers, independent practice, distance learning, or homework.

What’s Included:

 (Yes/No

  • 30 beginning sound sorts for all 26 letters (plus 4 variations) comparing one sound versus not that sound (e.g. /s/ or not /s/

( Consonant vs. Consonant)

  • 20 beginning sound sorts comparing two consonant sounds

  • 39 different sorts including beginning consonant digraphs, ending consonant digraphs, and beginning consonant blends

  • 21 consonant ending sounds sorts

:

  • two word family (rime) sorts
  • 12 three word family (rime) sorts

( Long Vowels and Short Vowels)

  • 25 beginning sound sorts comparing two vowel sounds (long and short vowels)
  • Sorts include: short vowel vs. short vowel, long vowel vs. long vowel, and short vowel vs. long vowel

  • 10 two short vowel medial sorts
  • three short vowel medial sorts

Also Includes:

  • NO PREP printables with all components on one page
  • I Can… poster with center directions

A total of 175 different picture sorts!

How to Use:

During the picture sort, students compare and contrast the beginning sound, medial vowel, or rime of picture cards to an anchor picture to determine if it has the same sound.

Additional Information:

  • There are five pictures (four for blends/digraphs sort) per anchor sound or rime on the two column sorts and three to four pictures per anchor rime or sound on the three column sorts.
  • To extend the learning, students can write the word (or all the sounds that they hear) for each picture on or near the picture.
Sours: https://kinderbrations.com/product/just-sort-it-consonant-and-vowel-sounds-picture-sorts-mega-bundle-phonemic-awareness/

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Beginning Sounds – Vowels

Description

Here are two sets of picture cards for teaching vowel sounds. One set for teaching words that begin with long a, e, i, o, u and a separate set for their short vowel sound counterparts. Each set includes lowercase letter cards, plus 4 picture cards of words beginning with that vowel sound.

I’ve tried to select nouns as much as possible, but there really isn’t the greatest selection of kindergarten-friendly vocabulary starting with vowels. A verb, an adjective and a couple prepositions seem to have crept in.

You can download images only flashcards or image cards with labels in small, medium, or large size sets.

The two vowel sets have different border colours for easy sorting.

Please note: The pictures in these two sets come from from a few different royalty-free and licensed sources, so the image styles vary quite a bit.

Preview of Images only, Small, Long A-E-I-O-U

Images only, Small, Long A-E-I-O-U

3 Pages

9 cards per page. 5 lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u) and 20 vocabulary picture cards.

Words

acorn, alien, angel, apron, eagle, ear, eleven, eraser, ice-cream, ice, iron, island, open, oranges, orca, oval, UFO, unicorn, unicycle, uniforms

Preview of Images only, Medium, Long A-E-I-O-U

Images only, Medium, Long A-E-I-O-U

13 Pages

Half-page cards: 5 lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u) and 20 vocabulary picture cards.

Words

acorn, alien, angel, apron, eagle, ear, eleven, eraser, ice-cream, ice, iron, island, open, oranges, orca, oval, UFO, unicorn, unicycle, uniforms

Preview of Images only, Large, Long A-E-I-O-U

Images only, Large, Long A-E-I-O-U

25 Pages

Full-page cards: 5 lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u) and 20 vocabulary picture cards.

Words

acorn, alien, angel, apron, eagle, ear, eleven, eraser, ice-cream, ice, iron, island, open, oranges, orca, oval, UFO, unicorn, unicycle, uniforms

Preview of Images with labels, Small, Long A-E-I-O-U

Images with labels, Small, Long A-E-I-O-U

3 Pages

9 cards per page. 5 lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u) and 20 vocabulary picture cards with words.

Words

acorn, alien, angel, apron, eagle, ear, eleven, eraser, ice-cream, ice, iron, island, open, oranges, orca, oval, UFO, unicorn, unicycle, uniforms

Preview of Images with labels, Medium, Long A-E-I-O-U

Images with labels, Medium, Long A-E-I-O-U

13 Pages

Half-page cards: 5 lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u) and 20 vocabulary picture cards with words.

Words

acorn, alien, angel, apron, eagle, ear, eleven, eraser, ice-cream, ice, iron, island, open, oranges, orca, oval, UFO, unicorn, unicycle, uniforms

Preview of Images with labels, Large, Long A-E-I-O-U

Images with labels, Large, Long A-E-I-O-U

25 Pages

Full page cards: 5 lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u) and 20 vocabulary picture cards with words.

Words

acorn, alien, angel, apron, eagle, ear, eleven, eraser, ice-cream, ice, iron, island, open, oranges, orca, oval, UFO, unicorn, unicycle, uniforms

Preview of Images only, Small, Short A-E-I-O-U

Images only, Small, Short A-E-I-O-U

3 Pages

9 cards per page. 20 vocabulary picture cards, plus lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u).

Words

alligator, alpaca, apple, astronaut, egg, elephant, envelope, exit, igloo, iguana, ink, insect, octopus, ostrich, otter, ox, umbrella, under, up, upset

Preview of Images only, Medium, Short A-E-I-O-U

Images only, Medium, Short A-E-I-O-U

13 Pages

Half-page cards: 20 vocabulary picture cards plus lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u).

Words

alligator, alpaca, apple, astronaut, egg, elephant, envelope, exit, igloo, iguana, ink, insect, octopus, ostrich, otter, ox, umbrella, under, up, upset

Preview of Images only, Large, Short A-E-I-O-U

Images only, Large, Short A-E-I-O-U

25 Pages

Full-page cards: 20 vocabulary picture cards, plus lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u).

Words

alligator, alpaca, apple, astronaut, egg, elephant, envelope, exit, igloo, iguana, ink, insect, octopus, ostrich, otter, ox, umbrella, under, up, upset

Preview of Images with labels, Small, Short A-E-I-O-U

Images with labels, Small, Short A-E-I-O-U

3 Pages

9 cards per page: 20 vocabulary picture cards with words, plus lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u).

Words

alligator, alpaca, apple, astronaut, egg, elephant, envelope, exit, igloo, iguana, ink, insect, octopus, ostrich, otter, ox, umbrella, under, up, upset

Preview of Images with labels, Medium, Short A-E-I-O-U

Images with labels, Medium, Short A-E-I-O-U

13 Pages

Half-page cards: 20 vocabulary picture cards with words, plus lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u).

Words

alligator, alpaca, apple, astronaut, egg, elephant, envelope, exit, igloo, iguana, ink, insect, octopus, ostrich, otter, ox, umbrella, under, up, upset

Preview of Images with labels, Large, Short A-E-I-O-U

Images with labels, Large, Short A-E-I-O-U

25 Pages

Full-page cards: 20 vocabulary picture cards with words, plus lowercase letters (a, e, i, o, u).

Words

alligator, alpaca, apple, astronaut, egg, elephant, envelope, exit, igloo, iguana, ink, insect, octopus, ostrich, otter, ox, umbrella, under, up, upset

Sours: https://www.eslflashcards.com/set/beginning-sounds-vowels/


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