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Year 2 Term 1i - KS1 Spelling resources - Long and short vowel phonemes
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Resources for visual and oral use to secure knowledge of reading and spelling words containing the long vowel phonemes ai, ee, igh, oa and oo.

INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD RESOURCES (POWERPOINT)

  • The five long vowel sounds: Identifies all the different graphemes that each vowel phoneme is represented by, with explanations of when each is used, and which is the best bet, plus sample words.
  • Same spelling different vowel sounds: An explanation of how  short vowel graphemes sometimes represent long vowel sounds. Identifies what the phonemes are, and gives a list of age-appropriate words that use them.
  • Short vowels - pictures: Picture examples of short vowel sounds, for the children to say the words and identify the short vowel.
  • Long or short vowels (x 3): Three files containing different pictures to practise oral discrimination by saying the words and identifying whether the vowel is long or short.
  • Phoneme story Ivy White: To read through and spot the phoneme /IGH/
  • Phoneme story Late Kate: To read through and spot the phoneme /AI/
  • Phoneme story Lucy's school trip: To read through and spot the phoneme /OO/
  • Phoneme story Slow Joe: To read through and spot the phoneme /OA/
  • Phoneme story Sneaky Pete: To read through and spot the phoneme /EE/
  • Word sort (x 5 - AI / EE / IGH / OA / OO): A table to sort words into (Also in Smartboard format)


PRINTABLE RESOURCES (PDF)
Cards:
Human word sort cards: These files are for printing to play the human word sort game. The first two pages contain the different graphemes to represent each phoneme; the following pages contain a range of words that use each grapheme. (Minimum of 40 words per phoneme). It can also be used for other word sorting games.

  • AI words
  • EE words
  • IGH words
  • OA words
  • OO words

Worksheets:

  • Spelling lists - These worksheets contain lists of common words containing a particular phonemes There is one for each of the phonemes AI / EE / IGH / OA / OO
  • Phoneme spotter story Ivy White: To read through and spot the phoneme /IGH/
  • Phoneme spotter story Late Kate: To read through and spot the phoneme /AI/
  • Phoneme spotter story Lucy's school trip: To read through and spot the phoneme /OO/
  • Phoneme spotter story Slow Joe: To read through and spot the phoneme /OA/
  • Phoneme spotter story Sneaky Pete: To read through and spot the phoneme /EE/
  • Phoneme spotter worksheet: There is one for each of the phonemes AI / EE / IGH / OA / OO


Display:These files contain word lists separated into graphemes that are used to represent each phoneme. It is useful for display, or for use by the children in their writing. The words are all age-related.

  • AI word list display
  • EE word list display
  • IGH word list display
  • OU word list display
  • OO word list display

  TEACHER RESOURCES

  • Long vowel phoneme word lists - There is one page for each vowel phoneme - AI EE IGH OA OO. Each page contains words using different graphemes. There is a minimum of 150 words for each phoneme. (Great for teacher use during oral games!)
  • Long vowel rhyming strings word list - This contains 34 different rhyming string lists (eg EE-K - beak, chic, meek, sheik, etc), for teacher use in oral rhyming games.
  • Year 2 Term 1i planning - An outline of the unit, showing where each of the above resources fits in.

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