Short and Long Vowel Practice (CVC and CVCe word game)
This class will allow students to practice reading CVC and CVCe words while playing a game.
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This game is a fun way to practice reading short and long vowel words (CVC and CVCe words). Many students confuse words such as cap and cape because they need more practice differentiating between when to use the short vowel sounds versus the long vowel sound when reading words. The goal of this activity is to practice reading similar words fluently. I will begin class with a quick review of short and long vowel sounds. We will look at sample words, identify the vowel in the word, and...
Students will apply knowledge of short and long vowel sounds and consonant letter sounds as they blend the sounds to read words. They will distinguish between short vowel (CVC) words and long vowel (CVC) words that are similar to help them be more fluent readers.
I have been a 1st and 2nd grade teacher for about 13 years so I know the importance of sounding out and blending words and applying this knowledge to read fluently. I know how difficult it can be for students to remember the CVC and CVCe rules when sounding out and reading words. I have used this activity numerous times in my classroom to help students master this concept and I saw great success with my students.
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents will need a printed copy of the game board, a dry erase marker, and a dry erase sleeve. If you do not have a dry erase sleeve, a crayon can be used on the printed game board.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Angie LedbetterElementary Teacher, M Ed.
617 total reviews
603 completed classes
Hi! I am Angie Ledbetter. I've been in public education for over 20 years. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education and a Masters Degree in Leadership, both from Mississippi State University. I have a GT certification as well as the...