Vowel Worksheets

Vowels, the building blocks of pronunciation, are a fundamental skill for young learners. Our vowel worksheets offer a fun and interactive way to introduce, practice, and solidify vowel recognition in the classroom or homeschooling environment.

These worksheets help focus on specific vowel sounds, from short vowels (a, e, i, o, u) to the trickier long vowels and vowel teams. They use coloring pictures with specific vowel sounds, matching exercises, fill-in-the-blank sentences, and word sorting for long and short vowel differentiation.

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  • Short Vowels: Introduce short vowel sounds with pictures of words like cat, hat, pig, dog, and mug. Students circle the picture that starts with the vowel sound or color all the images with a specific vowel.
  • Long Vowel: Differentiate between long and short vowel sounds by providing pictures and asking students to write the appropriate vowel (e.g., plane vs. pen).
  • Silent E: Introduce the concept of silent e with worksheets that have students identify the vowel sound in words like "cake" and "like."