Long and Short Sound Spelling Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.K.3.B

Core Standard

When we say words aloud sounds can be made that we didn't see coming. If a vowel sounds just like its name, we refer to that vowel as having a long sound. An example can be seen in the letter "a" of the word "rake". This letter is pronounced just like appears in the word. Short vowel sounds don't sound like their name at all. This can be seen in the letter "a" of the word "apple". These worksheets will help you learn to use these vowel classifications to spelling new words.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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