Short I Sound Worksheets To Print:
How Many? - Fill this series of terms in by adding a letter to the vowel-consonant pairs (-ll-it-ip). Think of as many as you can.
Say It! - Say the name of each picture out loud. Do you know how to say that? name the different tones that you hear throughout it.
Word Boxes - Read the terms from the word box. Find the sets of words that rhyme with the
bolded word and write them on the lines. There is one outlier in the word box. Which is it?
Recognizing Short I - This is a little harder than it looks. You should verbally sound out all the words that you come across.
Denim Colors - Are those denim or just cloth shorts? Color them based on the tones of the vowels in the terms that are found below them.
Little Search - That is a drill, not a screw driver in the first row. Followed by the wizard in row number two.
Guessing Game - To take this, people usually pack suitcases. They either drive, or take a bus, plane or train. What is it?
Where Is It In Art - Check a few things off here on the way to completing the worksheet. We have you dream up and draw a few items for us.
Picture Greeter - The difference between listen and angry in these pictures is subtle. Match each picture to the correct word.
Bank-i-n On It! - Yes, even Homer thinks once and a while. Write a word that matches each picture. Guess what sounds they contain?
Draw a Picture - This should start off your brain dumping session. Draw a
picture of each thing you are assigned to think up. Then write its name on the line.
Look- See - Do - There are two that do not need any color. The others all do.
Super-ee Word Search - Eight words in all. Find all of them in the puzzle and write them on the line.
Listen and Feel It - Take those head phones off and fix this these words by sorting them where they go.