Long A Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.1.2.A

Core Standard

When the letter "a" is pronounced the same way the as the letter "a" itself we refer to this vowel as being a long "a". The simplest example, I can think, of is the vowel usage in the word "acorn". Although it seems counterintuitive, long vowel words are often more difficult for students to learn. This is because most of these words contain more complicated letter patterns and offer many exceptions to general rules that many students come in contact with. The worksheets below will help give you some experience identifying long "a" words and their vowel placement within words.









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