I Long For Sound - You do not have to use every single line, that would be tough to do. Add as many letters as you like, anywhere, to create a new word. You don’t have to fill in every space where there is a line.
The Long O Sound - There are a few words in here that might make you slip up. Say the name of each picture out loud.
In Da Bank - More crazy word banks. Find the sets of words that rhyme with the bolded word and write them on the lines.
Long O Spelling Patterns - You can rack up extra credit by thinking up more words than lines that you start with.
Long Stick | Short Stick - Don't get the short straw on this one. Demonstrate how the sound comes across.
Long O Search - Say the name of each picture out loud. If it has the long O sound, circle the picture.
Long O Riddles - Which of the words really helps lock it down? Read each description. What is it? Circle the correct answer.
Unscramble the Long O Words - The goldfish took me forever to figure out. Use the pictures as clues. Write the word correctly on the line.
Say it with a Picture - How do you possibly draw a picture for "tone"? Can you think of four things whose name contains this sound?
Right Match - Is there a left match? Match each picture to the correct word.
Long O Words - "Glower" means an angry look. Silhouette is a little bit difficult for students too.
Can You Picture Long O? - It takes time, but really helps out. Draw a picture of each thing. Then write its name on the line.
Read. Say. Color. - My three favorite things, in one worksheet. Oh Boy! Do the important things right.
Long O Word Search - The white part of the answer key spells some things too. There are eight words in the puzzle that contain a long O. Find each word and write it on the line.
Listen for the Long O - What do you hear inside all of these words?