Short Vowel Worksheets To Print:
The Short A Sound - Practice writing the lower case letter a. Color the pictures that have the short a sound.
Shorty O - The same activity is done here, but we use short o. We start you off by looking at pictures and giving you the starting sound.
Short I - A slightly different format for you to work with here. You will color and then spell out the words of the images that you are coloring.
Short Vowel Sounds - Say the name of each picture out loud. Circle each picture that contains the short vowel sound at the beginning of the row.
Short E - Hint here, you need to do every problem here. I would suggest that you say these aloud to listen for that tone.
Short U - Lots of short u umbrellas are here for you to work with. They are shielding the images that are located just beneath them.
Short I O - Decide if you need an "i" or "o" to complete each word. It will require the use of either (i or o).
Short A U - Saying these words out loud will make a tremendous difference. Which of those letters works to match the picture?
Say It Aloud - Say the name of picture aloud. If it has a short vowel sound, circle it. These is looking for any word that is an example of that sound.
Upper and Lower Case - Follow the directions closely for this one. You will need an upper case letter followed by a different one that is lower case.
Circle the Vowel - Circle the correct vowel for each picture. Remember this is sound that you find within the word, not which one the picture begins with.
Circle Vowels - Which vowel fits each picture? What are you hearing when you say it out loud to yourself?
The Short Vowel Family - How many people do you need to color here? You will evaluate what a family and all of their thoughts.
Missing - Look at each picture and write the missing sound: a, e, i, o, u. Just pop it into the blanks.
Trace and Complete - Write the missing dotted text and letter in each word. Use the pictures for clues as to which of the five it might be.
E Sounds -
Use these words to complete the sentences and write them where they are needed.
Give Them Order -
Write the words in alphabetical order. There are only six, but it is a great place to start with this.
Fill in the Blanks -
Complete all the thoughts that are presented to you with the help of the word bank.
Which of the words have that sound in them? Circle all of them that you can find as you move along.
Sorting As and Os -
Sort between this selection of words. Write them into each column.
One Letter -
What is missing in each word? Where can you find the solution to each term?
Finish and Say It -
Complete all of the terms, using the images as a guide. Then say the words aloud.
Underline It -
Match each picture to the sentence that describes it. Also highlight exactly where you find that speacial sound.
Box of Words -
Use the words in the box to complete each sentence. You may also find the images helpful.
Images as Cues -
Say the name of the picture. Fill in the missing sound. Use the pictures for clues.
Ot and Op -
Write the words that end in
ot and op. Then say the words. These are some cool words to work with.