Long O Vowel Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.1.2.A

Core Standard

Since long vowels come across sounding exactly as their letters are spelled; it is not out of character to say O is just O one of those vowels. The letter "o" and the sound "oh!" often get confused. This can happen just as much as the letter "o" and the number zero. The sound that the letter makes can come across by four common letter pairs that are outside of the vowel and letter sounds themselves. Please print the worksheets below to fully begin to understand the sound and purpose of this letter squadron. These words will help students learn how to identify a pronounce sounds within words.









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