This fun Christmas match game will help your student learn the vowels and practice memory skills.
Every English word must have a vowel sound. Understanding and recognizing the vowel sounds helps students with reading, spelling and vocabulary building. These free vowel worksheets may be viewed and downloaded as a PDF file by clicking on the worksheet name.
Here’s a sorting set for words that begin with A!
Use this alphabet sorting set alone, with other vowel sets or with a consonant set!
Your student will sort the words that start with I and the words that don’t in this alphabet game!
Oh, you will love this alphabet game on the letter O!
This sorting game on the letter U will help your student learn her letters.
Discovering the importance of “E”. Students learn how one letter can turn a vowel from a short sound to a long sound.
In this worksheet, students write the long vowel in the word that matches the picture. Phonics and phonological awareness are reinforced.
Students fill in the short vowels for the words that match the pictures, practicing phonological awareness.
Finding syllables and identifying vowels will be fun with this worksheet.
In this worksheet, your student will sort pictures based on the vowel sound of the word.
This long and short vowel worksheet is flying high!
This worksheet takes your student into the clouds while learning about vowels!
It’s up, up and away with this balloon-themed vowel worksheet!
Your student will rise to new heights with this colorful vowel worksheet.
This color by number worksheet uses a cute kitten to teach your student about long and short vowels.
Following common core standards for 1st and 2nd grades, your student can review long and short vowel sounds in this worksheet
Students practice phonics and spelling in this worksheet on vowel diagraphs, writing vowels pairs for common words, then identifying the diagraphs.
Here’s a great sorting game for vowel teams.
Here’s a fun bingo game to help your student learn about vowels.