Short Vowel Resources

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Reading Readiness: Short "I" Vowels
Reading Readiness: Short "I" Vowels
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Reading Readiness: Short "I" Vowels
Get your second grader ready for reading with this adorable printable. It combines colorful images with important phonics practice focused on short "i" sounds.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
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Short I Challenge
Short I Challenge
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Short I Challenge
Challenge your students to this word brainstorm activity! Students will use letters from a letter bank to generate words that contain the short vowel I.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
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Reading Readiness: Short "O" Vowels
Reading Readiness: Short "O" Vowels
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Reading Readiness: Short "O" Vowels
This colorful worksheet challenges your second grader to find every word that has a short "o" sound.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
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Reading Readiness: Short "U" Vowels
Reading Readiness: Short "U" Vowels
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Reading Readiness: Short "U" Vowels
Filled with brightly-colored images, this worksheet asks your second grader to identify each image represented by a word with a short "u" sound.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
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Easter Sight Words #1
Easter Sight Words #1
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Easter Sight Words #1
Your kid might want to write about colorful eggs this Easter, but first he'll need to spell the word. Help your child write the word "eggs" with this worksheet.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Short Vowel Resources

When young learners are still working on pronunciation, Education.com’s entertaining games will offer much-needed short vowels help. If repeating words with the entire classroom has grown dull over time, and you find that you need more short vowels teaching ideas, check out the games and worksheet ideas below. In no time at all, your students will be playing along as they learn how to pronounce different vowels.
To help students learn short vowels, check out the short vowels resources below. Education.com has put together worksheets and games that kindergarteners will love playing with as they practice short vowels. Entirely different from short or long vowels, take a break from learning short vowels with a study of double consonant sounds. If your students need further short vowels help, consider having them look around the classroom for real life examples. Start by simply naming off items until students hone in on a word that possesses short vowels. Armed with that example, draw a comparison with the resources below to connect your students to the next activity. Soon, your young learners will have an expanded vocabulary of words with short vowels.