A VARIETY OF VOWEL SOUNDS: Thirteen Literacy Games

$12

What Sound Now ?

Just when your child thought s/he understood and pronounced those a-e-i-o-u sounds with accuracy…..

Here come the LONG Vowel Sounds….not too difficult ~ it says its name the way it looks….

BUT THEN…..there’s the Digraphs, Diphthongs, Silent E & Ending Y…..

A collection of different games found in A VARIETY OF VOWEL SOUNDS: Digraphs, Diphthongs, Silent E & Final Y Literacy Games will engage your child in learning these challenging Phonetic skills in an effective & fun way!

Description

Not Just Saying Its Name…..

Have you ever heard that American English is the most difficult language in the world to learn?

Well….our Variety of Vowel Sounds is a major contributor to this sentiment.

SOOOO, we have 5 vowels: a, e, i, o, u and, sometimes y within our 26 letters that have short sounds, long sounds AND when combined with other letters ~ totally different sounds.

A VARIETY OF VOWEL SOUNDS: Digraphs, Diphthongs, Silent E & Final Y Literacy Games includes  picture & word cards with Sorting Mats, File Folder Games, Word Cards with Game Mats as well as a Slide & Write activity to help your child see, read, learn & remember some of the different sounds our vowels can make in words.

This 48 ~ page (includes front & back manual covers) download,  copy & printable resource in an 8″x11″ PDF  has interactive, hands-on activities created to engage your child’s Listening, Speaking, Memory & Sorting skills while reading & writing new vocabulary words with a whole new set of phonetic rules.

Components

  • Game Placement Diagrams
  •  Vowel Sounds Games: Digraphs, Diphthongs, Silent E,  Short Vowel Syllables  & Ending Y Sounds
  • Picture & Word Cards
  • Word List Charts & Storage Pockets 
  • Blank Templates

Features

  • Contents List
  • Construction Instructions
  • Tips & Suggestions
  • 2 Game Placement Diagrams
  • 13 Vowel Sounds Games: Digraphs, Diphthongs, Silent E,     Short Vowel Syllables  & Ending Y Sounds
  • 60+ Picture & Word Cards
  • Word List Charts & Storage Pockets
  • 4 Blank Templates

Supply Needs

  • colored ink printer
    • card-stock; printer paper
    • laminate
    • strong wide tape, stapler or binder coil
    • scissors, pencil, dry erase markers
    • 4 file folders
    • notebook binder with divider tabs
    • plastic storage sleeve

Tips & Ideas

Using a 3-ring binder will help you keep all the materials together and organized into specific skills. It will, also, allow you to add other  activities and ideas you & your child find useful during the learning process.

The divider tabs can identify the skills for easier access. ·

Use the plastic sleeve (s) to hold books and/or other materials needed.

Review the words & their meanings before playing the games.

Have your child use the words in a sentence to check for meaning.

Mix the specific Game Word Cards altogether to check for challenges & mastery of the skill being taught/learned.

Trade places with your child, having him/her as the teacher.

Need some fun games for learning Consonant Blends with 2 Sounds ?

Check out BLB Shop’s Consonant Blends product by clicking on the link below:

https://www.bizzylizzybiz.com/shop/blb-press-writing-collection/consonant-blends-learn-beginning-ending-blends/

How about some of  those challenging One Sound Consonant Combos ?

Just click on the link below to view this product in BLB Shop:

https://www.bizzylizzybiz.com/shop/blb-press-writing-collection/one-sound-consonant-combos/

I would love to hear how  effective this Literacy Tool helps your child learn this especially challenging Phonetic skill.

Please share with us !

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