These Long Vowel Word Family Cards are a “sequel” to our Short Vowel Word Family Cards.
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Long Vowel Word Family Cards
With the finish of our Long Vowel Word Color the Chunk Word Family Pages, I thought it would be nice to have some Long Vowel Word Family Cards to match our short vowel ones.
The 20 long vowel word families included are:
- Long a: -ain, -ake, -ale, -ame, -ate, -ay
- Long e: -eak, -eat, -ee, -eep
- Long i: -ice, -ide, -ight, -y
- Long o: -oke, -old, -ore, -ow
- Long u: -ew, -oom
Want even more long vowel word family practice? You’ll love our Color the Chunk pages!
On each card, the word family is featured up at the top. Then there are 6 common words and pictures that fit within that word family. Some cards do not have blends and digraphs at the beginning and some do. The onset (beginning part) of the words are black and the rime (word family pattern) is red to help readers SEE the chunk in the word.
You can keep the cards separate, but I HIGHLY suggest using a heavy duty hole punch and a clip ring to create a flip book. This keeps them altogether and makes it easy to hang them up on a hook or makes them portable.
If you want to make them more durable, I also suggest laminating them.
If you have a preschooler, use these simple cards to practice rhyming words.
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Pat Keech says
I need to know more about determining the level from the running record. Can you help me on that?
Have you seen our running record series? -> https://thisreadingmama.com/about-running-records/ Scroll down to the very bottom to see all the posts in that series.
Thank you very much to share your materials of class.