FREE Early Learning Reading and Writing Helps Series: Short Vowels

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Short Vowels
Some children pick up reading and writing quickly and are eager to learn. Others may take a little more time and can be a struggle to teach. When I have a learner like that I try to not stress out and encourage them to play more with hands on activities and games that can help them to learn in a non classroom type setting.

In this series I am going to give you lots of freebies and ideas to help with struggles your little ones may have when they are learning to read and write. 

FREE Resources on Short Vowels:
Short Vowel Cue Cards and Vowel Sticks by Make Take Teach – for children that need reminders on what the short vowel sounds are.
Word Work Printables by Extra Special Teaching – vowel sound cards, spelling sort and more
Long and Short Vowel Posters by Oceans of First Grade Fun
Short Vowel Stories: Meet the Short Vowels at Teachers Pay Teachers
Short Vowels in the Mouse House from Frog Spot – this is so cute!

Short A Vowel Writing Copywork from Wendy Woerner:
at words
ad words
ab words
am words

Short Vowel Printables from This Reading Mama:
Flip a Word Short Vowel Word Family Pack
 
Short Vowel Word Building Pack
Short Vowel Build a Snowman
At Family Fun
FREE Bob Book Printables (Set 1 and 2 have short vowel sounds)

The Measured Mom has lots of short vowel helps I just love:
Free Word Family Game: Uno Short A
7 Word Family Mini Books Short A
Read and Stick Mats for Short E
Read and Stick Mats for Short A
Read and Stick Mats for Short I
Read and Stick Mats for Short O
Read and Stick Mats for Short U

We really like these resources for helping with short vowel sounds and reading:


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Easy Peasy Short Vowel Sounds (kindle) $2.99

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Written by Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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