Long Vowels Bundle
This long vowels bundle includes my long a, e, i, o, and u MEGA activity packs. You save 20% on my long vowel packs when you buy this bundle! Want to save even more? Check out my phonics ultimate bundle! These 550+ pages that cover 28 vowel teams/spellings are all you will need to teach a unit on long vowels! The 550 pages are comprised of 375 student activity pages, 115 description/teaching tip pages and 50 answer keys. There are activity pages, bulletin board displays, interdisciplinary activities and more! All pages are common core aligned.
Vowel teams/spellings covered:
Long A spelled: a, ai, a-e, ay, eigh, ei, ey, ea
Long E spelled: ea, ey, ee, ie, y
Long I spelled: i, i-e, ie, igh, y
Long O spelled: o, o-e, oe, oa, ow
Long U spelled: u, u-e, ue, ew, oo
The 550 pages are comprised of 375 student activity pages, 115 description/teaching tip pages and 50 answer keys.
Sample Table of Contents (from Long U Pack):
I. Common Core State Standards – page 3
II. Long ‘u’ Spellings Reference Charts – pages 4-5
III. Long ‘u’ Spellings Song – page 6
IV. Write the Room Activities
-Spelled ‘u’– pages 7-11
-Spelled ‘u-e’ – pages 12-17
-Spelled ‘ue’ – pages 18-21
-Spelled ‘ew’ – pages 22-25
-Spelled ‘oo’ – pages 26-29
V. Rhyming Words Flip Chart – pages 30-34
VI. Long ‘u’ Flip Books
-Spelled ‘u’– pages 35-40
-Spelled ‘u-e’ – pages 41-45
-Spelled ‘ue’ – pages 46-49
-Spelled ‘ew’ – pages 50-52
-Spelled ‘oo’ – pages 53-56
VII. Long ‘u’ Bulletin Board Posters – pages 57-64
VIII. Read and Graph Activities – pages 65-69
IX. Roll, Read, Do Activities – pages 70-77
X. Extra Practice Worksheets – pages 78-93
XI. Break It, Make It (Secret Code) Activities – pages 94-103
XII. Long Vowel Chains – pages 104-105
XIII. Extension Ideas – page 106
XIV. Letter ‘U’ Posters – pages 107-109
XV. Credits – page 110
Click on the links below to see exactly what is included in each of the individual packs:
How to Use
Each of my Vowel Activity Pack Includes the Following Activities:
⇨ Write the Room Activities These are fun activities where teachers hide phonics cards around the room in easy to find places (attached to a wall, on a bookcase, on a table, etc.). Students are given a recording sheet and clipboard and told to search the room for the phonics cards. Once they find a card they write the word on their recording sheet. This is a great kinesthetic activity as it gets students up and moving around the classroom!
⇨ Rhyming Words Flip Books Another hands-on activity is the interactive flip books that are included. Students put together their flip books and then write all the rhyming words they can think of/fit underneath each flap. So for example if the picture card is a 'cat' they would write 'bat', 'sat', 'fat', etc. Some of the activity packs ask students to find similar patterned words (instead of rhymes). In the blends pack for example, if the word picture card was a 'truck' students would write words that begin with the 'tr' blend (tree, trunk, treat, etc.).
⇨ Phonics Flip Books There are several flip books included in each activity pack. The long 'A' pack, for example, includes one flip book for each the vowel teams/spelling of the long 'A' sound ('a', 'ai', 'ay', 'a-e', 'ei', 'eigh', 'ey', and 'ea). Each activity pack includes an additional flip book cover so you can combine all the flip books into one if you prefer.
⇨Bulletin Board Posters Each activity pack also includes a set of bulletin board posters. There is a mini posterthat can be used as a student reference chart along with several full page (8 1/2" x 11") posters for each vowel or vowel team/spelling or blend. Just add some die cut letters of each vowel team and a cute border!
⇨ Read and Graph Activities These are probably my favorite activities in each set! I love to incorporate multidisciplinary learning and these activities are a mix of reading and math! Students are given an activity page where they have to read 10 sentences and circle all the short 'a' words for example. Students are told to find all 25 short 'a' words on the page (self-evaluation!). Once students have found all 25 words they then graph the words according to word family (i.e. 'at', 'ag', 'ap', etc.). Then they interpret the data by answering questions based on the graph results. These are so much fun and there is so much learning going on in these activities!!!
⇨ Read, Roll, Do Activities These are great activities to use as a spare time or anchor activity. I've included a colored and black and white version of the reference chart so you can print it to display in your classroom or give each student their own copy to keep in a folder in their desk. For this activity, students "roll" a die, "read" the sentence it falls on and "do" the activity it describes. There are several activity pages included for students to complete each activity on the reference chart.
⇨ Extra Practice Pages There are several extra practice pages included in each set. On the "Write It! Build It" pages, students practice writing short 'a' words, for example, and then make the words using magnet letters, wiki sticks, stamps, letter tiles or any way of their choice. They also draw pictures of the words on the "Read, Trace, and Draw" pages. There are several other types of extra practice pages included in each set.
⇨ Break It, Make It Activities These activities are a big hit with students! Each student receives a secret alphabet code chart along with a page of secret code words. They must "break" the code to figure out what each word is and then "make" the word by drawing a picture of it. There are several of these activities included in each set as well!
⇨ And so much more! I didn't name these MEGA activity packs for nothing! Each one is jammed-packed full of fun! Use them for whole class instruction, small groups, centers, RTI, Daily 5 and more!
Grade Levels: K-3 File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File