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Can I Buy a Vowel, Please?

Posted by on 21 July 2009

You really won’t have to buy any vowels, but I do have a free and fun way to help kids learn their vowels.  I created a game called “Long Vowels & Short Vowels on the Farm”.  There is a game board/mat for each of the vowels and each is slightly different than the other.  I hope that you can use these and that they’ll help the little ones to learn their vowels.

These have all been uploaded to my 4Shared account for easy access for you to download.  There’s long and short /u/ and long and short /o/.  Next is long and short /i/.  There’s my favorite, long and short /e/.  Finally, there’s the letter that actually starts the whole thing but is the last vowel to share, /a/.

As always, please be sure to get all the pages of these games/mats.  It’s only part of a game if you don’t get all the pieces that go with it.  If you know of anyone who can use this vowel game, please send them here to download and use it.

 

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