Long vowel picture sort

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Teachers, save “Long Vowel Picture Sort” to assign it to your class.

1. add Tap the add button 2. label Tap the label button and sort the pictures based on their vowel sound. 3. mic Tap the mic and record yourself saying the long a, long e, and long i words. 4. check Tap the green check to save your work.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Reading
Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire
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Sorting mats for short and long vowels

Today I’m shorting a set of free sorting mats! They’re perfect for helping kids learn the sounds of short and long vowels.

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Have you seen our popular consonant sound sorting mats?  I use those to review beginning sounds. When I created the set, I didn’t include vowels because there are very few words that start with vowels… at least, very few words that can be represented with pictures.

But due to popular demand, I’m now sharing a set of mats that will help your students distinguish between short and long vowels. These mats will help them listen to the vowel sounds within the words.

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The set includes ten mats and a set of nine pictures for each one.

I started by having my Four do an easy sort: he sorted pictures for short a and short o. He already knew the sounds of these letters, but if your child needs help you can put down the first picture for each mat as a clue.

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We moved on with a harder sort: short e and short i. Those sounds are always harder to distinguish.

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He needed a fair amount of help with this sort.

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Finally, I had my Four sort short i and long i. You can see that he put the “nine” on the short i mat. I had him say the word “chick” and listen to hear if “nine” had the same sound.

To make the activity more challenging, give your child more than two mats at a time. Maybe your child is ready to sort pictures for all five short or long vowels.

There are so many possibilities with this set! I hope you get a lot of use out of them!

To prepare:

    • Print the mats and cards. Laminate for durability. (We love this laminator!)
    • If desired, put clear Velcro dots on the backs of the cards and on the mats. If you’re going to get a lot of use out of the mats, I think it’s worth the expense. Kids love them!
    • Store the mats and cards in a gallon plastic bag.

Enjoy!

Check out our other sets of free sorting mats!

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Filed Under: Alphabet, Reading, Letter soundsTagged With: first grade, kindergarten, short vowels, long vowels

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Teaching Long and Short Vowel Sounds Using Picture Sorting

Shortly after teaching the letters and sounds of the alphabet we introduce the concept that some letters actually have two sounds. The five vowels have two sounds- a long sound and a short sound. We often say that the “vowel says its name” when it makes the long sound. Word sorting activities are great when introducing this concept. Using sorting activities, students see when and when not a certain rule or concept applies.  The file folder word sort activities for long and short vowel sounds is perfect for teaching long and short vowel sounds during small group instruction. They can also be used as activities in your literacy centers.

When you download the file folder word sort activities you will receive the templates for creating the file folder activity as well as over 40 picture/word cards per activity. Simply print the templates, glue on a file folder and laminate. You’ll have activities that will last for years! The file folders can be purchased individually for each vowel or as a bundle (just click the link at the bottom of this post).

Long and Short Vowel Sounds

Long and Short Vowel Sounds

The Long and Short Vowel Sound Word Sort for a can be found in my online Teachers Pay Teachers store or through the Make, Take & Teach website.

Long and Short Vowel Sounds

Long and Short Vowel Sounds

The Long and Short Vowel Sorts for e Word Sort can also be found in my TpT store or through the Make, Take & Teach website.

Long and Short Vowel Sounds

Of course the Long and Short Vowel Sounds for i can be found in my TpT store or through the Make, Take & Teach website too!

Long and Short Vowel Sounds

The Long and Short Vowel Sounds for o Word Sort can be found in my TpT store or through the Make, Take & Teach website.

Long and Short Vowel Sounds

The Long and Short Vowel Sound for u Word Sort can be found in my TpT store or through the Make, Take & Teach website.

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The Long and Short Vowel Sounds Word Sort Bundle can be found in my TpT store or through the Make, Take & Teach website too!

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Short and Long Vowel Picture Cards ~ Free Preschool Printables

Short and long vowel picture cards

The Short and Long Vowel Picture Cards are designed to help you work with your child to identify the beginning short and long vowel sound in words. Each vowel in the sets includes three picture cards to go along with that beginning vowel sound.

Help your child match the picture cards to their beginning vowel sound. You can also use the picture cards to practice identifying objects with your child. The crisp white backgrounds on the Vowel Picture Cards, allow little ones to focus on the actual object that is being talked about.

The Vowel Picture Cards were designed to go along with the Consonant Picture Cards that I shared some time ago, so be sure to download those as well! Now you’ll have a full set of ABC beginning sound cards to use with your kids ~ and they are all free!

Here’s a little peek at the cards…

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Pictures included with the Short Vowel Picture Cards:

A – apple, alligator, astronaut

E – egg, elephant, envelope

I – inchworm, insect, igloo

O – ostrich, octopus, olives

U – umbrella, umpire, underwear

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Pictures included with the Long Vowel Picture Cards:

A – apron, acorn, ape

E – easel, eagle, earrings

I – ice, ice cream, ironing board

O – oatmeal, overalls, overcoat

U – utensils, uniform, unicycle

 

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You can download them and many other preschool alphabet printables on my website!

Have fun learning!

Sours: https://www.homeschoolcreations.net/short-and-long-vowel-picture-cards-free/

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FREE Long Vowel Printables

It’s time for some long vowel printables!

To introduce ALuv {age 6} to them, I focused first on phonemic awareness.  Basically what this means is that these activities didn’t involve print…he was only listening for sounds.

Download the FREE Long Vowel Listening Activities and Long Vowel Printables at the end of this post!

Long Vowel Sounds Listening Activities Pack - FREE - This Reading Mama

*This pack contains affiliate links.

 

FREE Long Vowel Listening Activities

Included in this free pack are THREE activities:

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1. It Falls Short– Students name each object on the row and find the two that are not the long sound of that particular vowel.

 

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2. Long Vowel Cut and Paste Activity – Students cut apart pictures and sort them by long vowel sounds, but watch out for those two oddballs! {included in black and white}

 

3. Long and Short Vowel Picture Sorts – GREAT for the pocket chart or tap top area! Vowel cards and 6 color picture cards are included for each vowel.

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Vowel Cards

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Picture Cards Example

More Long Vowel Resources:

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Download this FREE Long Vowel Activity Pack HERE.

 

 

Enjoy teaching!
~Becky

Filed Under: Phonics and Word StudyTagged With: LV, RR

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