Short E Sound Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.1.2.A

Core Standard

The short "e" sound can be found in words like men, rest, bed, and well. You can hear it, by saying the words aloud, the sound that the vowel makes is pronounced different from the way the vowel (letter) is naturally pronounced. That is what makes it a short vowel. Students will often confuse the sounds that short "i" and "e" make. The best way to work through this is with the help of listening worksheet activities. The more times that you listen and hear it, the better you will be able to recognize it when presented with it. These worksheets will help students recognize and pronounce words and phrases that possess a short "e".









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