What do the letters A, E, I, O, and U have in common? They're all featured in this engaging reading lesson. Give your young learners a chance to play a version of Red Light, Green Light that doubles as a vowel review.
Having a strong understanding of short A words like bag, hand and bat can help first graders with reading fluency. This guided lesson helps to support first graders as they expand their comprehension of short A words. With targeted exercises and familiar examples, the lesson will take kids through the short A words they will most commonly come acrsoos in first grade texts.
It's rhyme time! Your child will love learning about words that sound alike with this workbook, full of puzzles, pictures and mini books that will help any budding reader get a head start on sounding out words.
In this fun alphabet-focused lesson plan, students will learn all about vowels! With a special focus on the letter A, this is a great way to help your students learn all about short vowel sounds. Can be used as a stand-alone or support lesson for the **A-E-I-O-U** lesson plan.
As your child’s confidence with vowels grows, it won’t be long before they are putting together their own long and short vowel words. Knowing the difference between the two takes practice. Education.com has created numerous worksheets, as well as assembled activity and game ideas, that will help your child develop their ability to recognize different when to use short vowels.