Give your second graders some practice with long vowel word families and spelling patterns with this colorful activity! Students will identify long O words based on picture clues, then determine the spelling pattern of each word.
As your students have learned, different spellings can sometimes make the same sound, such as the au/aw or ou/ow vowel teams. Assess your students' abilities to distinguish between differently spelled aw/ow sounds with this end-of-year phonics check-in.
The letter G is one of those tricky consonants that can make different sounds (as in girl or gym). That can be confusing for young readers! Help them sort out hard and soft consonant patterns with this helpful practice worksheet.
Different spellings can sometimes make the same sound, such as the "au" and "aw" vowel teams. Can your second graders differentiate between words with and without the “aw” sound? Find out with this word sorting activity!
Understanding letter sound relationships is a vital skill for young readers. Have your students practice reading common and inconsistent word patterns in this long “e”/ short “e” search. Kids will love coloring this autumn-themed worksheet as they learn!