Long Vowel Worksheets To Print:
The Long U Sound - Start by saying the word that is represented by the picture out loud. Color or circle any of the pictures that have a long u sound.
The Long E Sound - Make sure to say the name of each and every picture here. If you are not sure what the picture is representing, ask someone for help.
The Long A Sound - Same thing, but with a different sound this time. That is a picture of a cape, not Dracula or the count.
Picture Sounds - Match the beginning sound to the picture or pictures. The cape makes another appearance, but the person thinking usually stumps them here.
Long I - A crayon of any color helps out here. There is a ship and a person that is driving.
Monkey Business! - Say the name of each picture out loud. Cut and glue into the correct box.
Long O - Say the name of each picture aloud. Color in the box in each pair whose picture contains a long o sound.
The Long and the Short of It - Say each word out loud. Does it have a long vowel sound, or a short vowel sound? If it has a long sound, color the giraffe. It if has a short sound, color the turtle.
Long/Short - Say each picture in the row aloud. Do they have the same vowel sound? If so, color the happy face. If not, color the sad face. Then circle what kind of vowel sound each picture has.
Circle It! - Circle every picture that has that sound.
Identifying Vowel Sounds - Say the name of each picture in the box. What vowel sound do they all share? Write it on the line. Follow the example.
Long e | Short e - Say the name of each picture out loud. Cut and glue it into the right box.
The Vowel Family - Color each member of the family who is only thinking about things that contain long vowel sounds.