Vowel Worksheet

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1st grade

When entering first grade, your child should know the long and short vowel sounds for the five major vowels (a, e, i, o and u).

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2nd grade

…grade, your child should be able to distinguish short vowels from long vowels in spoken one-syllable words, such as hearing the short…

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2nd grade

…should understand that final -e and common vowel teams can be used to make long vowel sounds. For example, your child can recognize…

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1st grade

…child will also learn that final -e and common vowel teams can be used to make long vowel sounds, such as the long “o” in “rope” and…

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2nd grade

…should understand that final -e and common vowel teams can be used to make long vowel sounds. For example, your child can recognize…

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3rd grade

vowels when reading regularly spelled one-syllable words, such as “mad” and “made,” and know how to spell words using common vowel

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3rd grade

vowels when reading regularly spelled one-syllable words, such as “mad” and “made,” and know how to spell words using common vowel

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1st grade

When entering first grade, your child should know the long and short vowel sounds for the five major vowels (a, e, i, o and u).

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1st grade

…child will also learn that final -e and common vowel teams can be used to make long vowel sounds, such as the long “o” in “rope” and…

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kindergarten - 1st grade

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2nd grade

…grade, your child should be able to distinguish short vowels from long vowels in spoken one-syllable words, such as hearing the short…

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