2 It Falls Short Long Vowel Phonemic Awareness Directions: For each line of pictures, name each object. (Objects are named at the bottom of each page.) The child should circle, X out, etc. the TWO pictures in each line that have the short vowel sound, NOT the long vowel sound. LONG A- Row 1: cake, flame, dad, brain, ant / Row 2: gate, can, bag, rake, sail/ Row 3: flag, train, wave, cage, cap/ Row 4: rain, bat, snake, plate, crack / Row 5: crab, tape, cat, grapes, snail / Row 6: cape, skate, van, hay, ax LONG E- Row 1: feet, well, tree, nest, seed / Row 2: seat, shell, eat, speed, bed/ Row 3: pen, beak, sleep, bell, seal / Row 4: wet, beads, vest, beach, teeth / Row 5: bee, queen, net, cheese, beg/ Row 6: steam, web, peach, ten, sheep LONG I- Row 1: bike, ice, crib, rice, dig / Row 2: prize, brick, five, knife, rip / Row 3: nine, drill, cry, zip, night / Row 4: pie, write, gift, kite, pig / Row 5: mix, smile, win, dice, hive / Row 6: slide, wig, ship, fight, price LONG O- Row 1: nose, throw, knot, old, fox / Row 2: boat, stop, globe, snow, log / Row 3: knob, rose, bow, clock, go / Row 4: notes, mop, box, toast, choke / Row 5: dog, no, blow, block, goat / Row 6: smoke, toad, cop, phone, cot LONG U- Row 1: flute, gum, cube, shoes, brush / Row 2: tube, June, jump, mule, sun / Row 3: zoo, glue, bug, suit, tub / Row 4: fume, duck, moon, thumb, soup / Row 5: clue, scoop, sub, tune, rug / Row 6: bus, fuse, dune, run, mute
3 It Falls Short Can you find the pictures that do not have the long a sound?
4 It Falls Short Can you find the pictures that do not have the long e sound? z z z
5 It Falls Short Can you find the pictures that do not have the long i sound?
6 It Falls Short Can you find the pictures that do not have the long o sound?
7 It Falls Short Can you find the pictures that do not have the long u sound?
8 Long Vowel Picture Sort Directions: Take a 12 x 18 piece of construction paper and fold it so it has 6 sections (similar to the chart below). Label the sections: ā, ē, ī, ō, ū, and oddball. The child cuts out all the pictures and sorts them by long vowel sound. But watch out for the two oddballs! For multiple uses, draw the chart on construction paper and laminate. Then, print the pictures on cardstock and laminate. When it is complete, the sort should look like this (except with pictures): ā cake, train, hay, pray, paint ō goat, toast, bone, phone, globe ē peach, cheese, knee, tree, beak ū glue, cube, tube, fruit, zoo ī cry, rice, slide, write, pie oddball cat, six
9 6 Long Vowel Picture Sort Cut apart the pictures and sort them by long vowel sounds. Watch out for the two oddballs!
10 Long Vowel Picture Sort Cut apart the pictures and sort them by long vowel sounds. Watch out for the two oddballs!
11 Pocket Chart Sorting by Vowel Sound a e i o e u i a o u Pocket Chart Sorting by Vowel Sound Use these head cards and picture cards for sorting by short or long vowel sound.
12 Short Vowels: a & e Pocket Chart Sorting by Vowel Sound
13 Short Vowels: i & o Pocket Chart Sorting by Vowel Sound
14 Short Vowels: u Pocket Chart Sorting by Vowel Sound Short Vowel Picture Cards Key: A: bat, mast, crack, flash, pad, map E: sled, desk, web, bell, beg, left I: zip, win, sift, brick, grill, wind O: moth, blocks, mom, sock, fox, stop U: slug, tub, drum, pump, duck, plug
15 Long Vowels: a & e Pocket Chart Sorting by Vowel Sound
16 Long Vowels: i & o Pocket Chart Sorting by Vowel Sound
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