Short E Paper Bag Book

$2.50

Teaching short e is challenging. It’s often confused with short a and short i. This short e paper bag book helps students learn CVC patterns and short e word families, practice rhyming with short E, with letter formation, and comparing short e with short o and short u?

This short e project will help your students with decoding words in chunks as you work with small groups in kindergarten or in a literacy workstation run by a parent volunteer or teaching assistant.

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Teaching short e is challenging. It’s often confused with short a and short i. This short e paper bag book helps students learn CVC patterns and short e word families, practice rhyming with short E, with letter formation, and comparing short e with short o and short u?

This short e project will help your students with decoding words in chunks as you work with small groups in kindergarten or in a literacy workstation run by a parent volunteer or teaching assistant.

WHAT’S INCLUDED WITH THE SHORT E PAPER BAG BOOK:

  • Cover
  • Building Words that Rhyme with RED
  • Listening for Words that Rhyme with RED
  • Building Words that Rhyme with WET
  • Listening for Words that Rhyme with WET
  • I Spy Words that Rhyme with RED, WET, and HEN
  • Picture Sort for Words that Rhyme with HEN and LEG
  • Draw and Label Words that Rhyme with LEG.

The final book is 8 pages in length and will take a week to complete. It requires 2 paper lunch bags to create.

HOW DO THE SHORT E PAPER BAG BOOK ACTIVITIES WORK:

Teachers can use the activities either to make the project as shown in the photos or use them in interactive notebooks. They work well as a review activity once the sound is taught too. Making the book over the period of a week is what I did with small group lessons. Interventionists might find it useful too.

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WHAT TEACHERS HAD TO SAY ABOUT MY SHORT VOWEL PAPER BAG BOOKS:

  • My students enjoyed this activity a lot, and helped with i/e, my students were having problems with these two vowels.
  • Great for interventions for my struggling readers.
  • I love hands on learning and my students were very engaged with this activity. Great resource. Thank you.
  • Great for teaching phonics. Students thought it was a fun way to learn.

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