Silent E 2
The silent E makes a vowel says its name! Help your child remember this spelling pattern with these learning resources.
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This long and short vowel sort will help your child sort out their understanding of letter sound relationships. This game challenges early readers to put all the pictures with a long vowel sound in one cart and all the pictures with a short vowel sound in the other cart. Targeted reading and writing practice is essential, especially for students in preschool and kindergarten.
Your child will build bridges with the power of spelling in this build-your-own-word game. Silent E Bus Stop Spelling is perfect for first grade or any student starting on letter sound relationships. Gamers will be given an image of a silent E word and an assortment of letters with which to spell it. Put the letters together to create a new bridge to get the gang to school on time.
Silent E makes vowels say their names, and kids get plenty of practice with these long vowel words in this interactive story. Kate is quiet, but wants to use the Science Fair to build a Brave Box and break out of her shell. This sweet story is relatable to kids who are shy and looking to interact more with their peers, and will help readers practice identifying long vowel words with silent e.
The dog is on the hive ... or is it a hose? Help kids improve their reading fluency with this matching game. Perfect for early learners who need practice with silent e and sight words, this reading game challenges children to find the sentence that matches each picture. Kids will love the adorable (and sometimes silly) illustrations, and adults will love how much they're learning.