Short Vowel Sounds Worksheets To Print:
Finding the Middle Vowel 1 - Circle the letter in the row that is the short vowel of the picture. Remember to sound out the image for this section.
Missing Words 1 - This could be used as a vocabulary or phonics sheet. It all depends on the direction your are given.
Sort Them Out - Say the words aloud to help you determine it. You can compare it to how they sit within the alphabet.
Them - Drop in the a, e, i, o, and u's as needed. This will make the term that you created and the picture match.
A Sounds - This is a write and say activity. Make sure that you use your speech, do not just write them.
E Sounds - When a vowel doesn't sound like its name, it called a short vowel. Say and write all the short e words.
I Sounds - Say and write all the short i words. You can exercise a good bit with your language on this one.
O Sounds - More say and spray words for you. A few of these terms always fall under the radar in this topic.
U Sounds - The treadmill prompt confuses some kids. The word "cup" often trips up students, I find.
Finding the Middle Vowel 2 - Circle the letter in the row that is the short vowel of the picture. Remember that it is not all vowels that we are looking for, just the one that hits the right tone.
Missing Parts Words 2 - Use the words below to complete each sentence. For extra credit, circle the tone of interest in all those terms you plant in the sentences.
Short Sort 2 - Sort the words in their short vowel sound category. Since they are all composed of three letters, this one is a good starting point.
Short Sort 3 - This are more difficult words than the previous worksheets. The images may take them a bit of time.