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Long vowels are used to refer to the vowel sounds whose pronunciation is the same as its letter name.
Let’s take an example. Hear the sound of the vowel ‘e’ in the word ten. It is the short vowel sound /e/.
Now hear the sound of ‘ee’ in the word teen. It makes the alphabet sound of alphabet ‘e.’
Let me share a few more examples.
short vowel long vowel
I will be sharing Pack 2 of ‘ee sound words.’ You can find Pack 1 of ‘ee words’ on my blog.
The first worksheet is the ee sound words for reading and coloring words with the ‘ee’ sound. Instead of the whole word, make your child color only the ‘ee’ sound of the word. It helps register the sound better.
Do not forget to check my ‘Long vowel e’ words with pictures FlashCards.
The next ‘ee sound words’ worksheet is a picture sort, ‘cut and paste’ worksheet. Cut the picture tiles and let your child read the words and paste the pictures under the correct word.
To practice reading ‘ee words,’ I would recommend a storybook ‘Sam Sheep Can’t Sleep.’ It designed to help children learn to read. Some pages have fold-out flaps which give new readers a chance to guess what will happen next.
The illustrations are bright and the font is big making it easier to read. Children will love reading it again and again.
In the next ‘ee words’ worksheet children have to read the words and match it to its picture. Do not forget to trace the word.
This Pack is the second part of my ‘ee sound’ Pack. The words in this pack are longer and accompanied with digraphs and consonant blends. If you are just beginning with the ‘ee sound’, I suggest you try Pack 1 of ee sound first. The words in that pack are shorter, simpler, and ideal for beginners.
The above worksheet is a crossword worksheet for sound ‘ee.’ It will surely be fun and challenging for the kids. The words are provided in the word bank.
The next worksheet has simple sentences that will give the child reading practice. The child has to complete the sentence by using one of the words in the bracket. Use the word which makes more sense in the sentence.
The last ee words worksheet has six ‘ee words’ puzzles. Cut across the darker lines which will give you six puzzle squares. Now, cut along the dotted line for each puzzle and you will have three little strips. Have the child try to form the picture and read the word. The solved puzzle can be pasted in a notebook and then the word can be used in a simple sentence. To understand how to do this particular activity please go to the end of my ‘ai’ and ‘ay’ blog post by clicking here.
This Pack is a subscriber freebie.