Each split digraph (a_e, i_e, o_e and u_e) has:
– A poster with six illustrated examples of each silent e word.
– A poster with a list of either a_e, i_e, o_e or u_e words.
– 1 title card and up to 11 illustrated silent e words for a word wall.
– 2 recording sheets for use with the charts are also supplied.
Six worksheets are provided for each individual split vowel digraph (a_e, i_e, o_e and u_e) covering a range of skills:
1. Read and Draw – This worksheet requires students to read the sentence and draw the appropriate picture.
2. Read and Highlight – Students roll the die, read one sentence and then use a highlighter to identify the split vowel digraph in focus.
3. Spell the Word – Students spell the word by coloring the letters it contains.
4. Missing Letters – To complete this activity, students cut out the letter tiles and paste them beside each picture in order to make a silent e word. The remaining letters will spell a word with the split vowel digraph in focus.
5. Find the Word – Students identify the silent e word and then write it in the matching word box. (answer key provided)
6. Spin a Picture – Students must spin a picture and then find the silent e word on the sheet and color it.
Eight worksheets that focus on all split vowel digraphs (a_e, i_e, o_e and u_e) are also provided:
1. Picture Sort – Students say each picture, determine which split vowel digraph it has and then write it in the appropriate place.
2. Word Sort – Students sort the split vowel digraph into the appropriate column.
3. Roll and Read – Students gain practice with reading lists of words containing the each split vowel digraph.
4. Silent e words – To consolidate their knowledge of the split vowel digraph, students say each picture and then determine whether it has an ‘a_e’ or ‘u_e’ circle it the correct color and then write it in the appropriate place.
5. Silent e words – To consolidate their knowledge of the split vowel digraph, students say each picture and then determine whether it has an ‘i_e’ or ‘o_e’ circle it the correct color and then write it in the appropriate place.
6. Three in a Row – In this game for one or two players, students must identify must identify which words use which split vowel digraph. A recording sheet is also provided.
7. Spin and Write – This advanced word work activity focuses on spelling. In order to complete the spelling of a word, students spin a split vowel digraph and write it on the word wall in the correct place.
8. Interactive Notebook – Four sheets are included (one for each vowel -a, i, o ,u) Students read the short vowel word and then add an e to make a magic e word and draw the matching picture.
Here’s what teachers who have used this pack have said:
♥ “Thank you so much! I needed more materials for an intervention group of older students. This was perfect – allows them to work on the skills without being too primary.” Susie W.
♥ “This is such a great resource!” Heather P.
♥”This resource is amazing! I was able to choose from multiple different worksheets for each skill and it was truly helpful.” Amanda N.
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