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Long and Short Vowel Games and Centers- Free Poster!

 Long and Short Vowel Centers
 Long and Short Vowel Games and Centers will help your students will be able to distinguish long vowel sounds from short vowel sounds.

This pack includes 18 short vowel words and 18 long vowel words for EACH vowel sound! Use these task cards for games and centers that are included in this pack. Also included are 3 worksheets for EACH vowel sound. Use the worksheets for added practice or as assessments. Each vowel sound comes with a T-Chart and some recording sheets for the games and centers.  

Here are some examples for Vowel A:

Long and Short Vowel Games

This vowel pack has 5 Games and Centers for EACH vowel sound. 

 FREE Long and Short Vowel Poster
Freebie! Long and Short Vowel Poster. This poster is a reminder for students to distinguish between the long and short vowel sound. This little poster is Free on this blog only. Click the picture to get your FREE Short/Long Poster.

 CVC and CVCE Words
Here is another Freebie! This little sheet has students reading words as they switch back and forth between the long and short vowel sounds. This is perfect for listening to students read in a small group or for students to read with a partner at a reading center. Click the picture for the cvc/cvce sheet.

 Phonics Fusion
Need more vowel resources? Here is a quick and easy reading center for using long and short vowel sound, Making Words with Word Lists. There are a total of 20 word lists. Students try to make as many words as they can from the list. They need to match a blend of letters on the left to match with a vowel sound on the right of the list.

 Blends and Digraph Games
Here's another phonics resource you don't want to miss, Blends and Digraph Games and Centers. This pack includes a set of short and a set of long vowel words. This pack includes 6 games with a focus on blends and digraph sounds.

 Blends and Digraph Games


 Word Puzzles using onset and rime
Word Puzzles have a pack of 40 worksheets to practice making "real" words while being able to practice vowel sounds. These are easy to set up for a reading center. Students Cut and Paste letters around the sheet to make words. Click here for a FREE trial of this pack.

You do not want to miss out on these cute worksheets for phonics.

 CCVC and CCVCC WorksheetsCVCC Worksheets CVCE Worksheets

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Long Vowel Sounds Activities and Ideas (FREE Posters)

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Is your young reader struggling with learning their long vowel sounds? Although learning short vowel sounds may have been a breeze for him/her, long vowel sounds are a whole other ball game. These activities and ideas for teaching long vowel sounds will help your child get through your lessons more smoothly.

While short vowel sounds are clear-cut and easily spelled, long vowel sounds tend to be more complicated for a young reader. If your child is already a struggling reader if English is a second language the difficulty level to tackle these can increase significantly.

Living in other countries where their first language isn’t English, I am constantly reminded how frustrating our language is to learn. It is true, especially when letters like “A” can be spelled with an  a_e, ai, ay, ey. I can’t really defend that dichotomy. There are even exceptions to the rules which would make anyone give up.

Regardless of how confusing long vowel sounds can be, mastering their decoding is crucial to building on more challenging vocabulary. Your kids will always need this skill in order to progress in their reading when deciphering and learning words that are more complex.

Don’t miss out on these FREE downloads:

  • Long Vowel Sound Bookmarks
  • Long Vowel Poster Set

Grab these FREE printable posters, activities, and ideas for teaching long vowel sounds from The Busy Mom Club.


Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!

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Free Short Vowels Flashcards and Posters Printable

Ice Cream Beginning Sounds Printable
Short Vowels Flashcards

Help your children learn and practice to hear the short vowels sounds or middle sounds with these short vowels flashcards and posters.

All the words used are simple CVC words, so these cards can also be used for beginner readers to practice decoding the sounds and read CVC words.

Click on the links below to download the flashcards or posters.

Short Vowels Flashcards

Short Vowels Posters



Free Long Vowel Sounds Poster

Learning the various vowel sounds can be tough work for kiddos (trust me, I know!). Sometimes it helps to have a great visual for kids to refer to when reviewing or trying to remember the key patterns and sounds. 

All About Learning Press has a GREAT tool to help you out, especially with those pesky long vowel sounds – a FREE long vowel sounds poster to print off for reference. 

The chart colorfully illustrates the most common long vowel sounds (for visual kids this is a fabulous resource!). 


Vowel poster short sounds

Vowel Sound Posters

Support for Any Phonemic Awareness Program

Readsters vowel sound posters help students identify and remember the vowel sounds and their labels.

Available in Two Formats

Vowel Sound Posters

English is confusing to learn to read because we have many vowel sounds and most of them are spelled multiple ways. Since every spoken syllable has a vowel sound and most written syllables have a spelling for the vowel sound, there is no escaping the vowels.

For this reason, Readsters recommends explicitly teaching all students to hear and label the vowel sounds in spoken words. To do this we have divided the vowel sounds into four categories: short, long, r-controlled and other. We teach a motion based on a guide word and the specific label (short a, long o, etc.) for each of the short and long vowel sounds. For the r-controlled and other vowels students only learn the sound and the generic label ‘r-controlled’ or ‘other’.

Students then practice hearing the vowel sound in spoken words, identifying it while making the motion (if it is short or long), and then labeling it. They do this using a routine we call “stretching sounds” which involves saying the word, segmenting the word into sounds by stretching out a finger for each sound while saying it, and then re-blending the word while pulling fingers back into a fist. The stretching routine can also be used to blend sounds into words and identify the vowel sound and label.

We include this teaching in our Phonics Plug-In lessons, but, of course, it can be taught alone.

As an aid in teaching the vowel sounds and labels, we offer our vowel sound posters in two formats: the 4 categories on one large poster or a set of 4 smaller posters with each category on its own poster.

We are in the process of developing stand alone lessons for teaching the vowel sounds and labels. In the meantime, you can download a suggested scope and sequence, a list of the motions for short and long sounds (we don’t use motions for the r-controlled or other vowel sounds), and our Phonics Plug-in ONE scripts for practicing with segmenting and blending sounds by clicking here.

Available in Two Formats

The vowel sound posters are available in two formats:

Short Vowel Letter a / English4abc / Phonics song

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