Short Vowel Units & a New Craft!

A few months ago I created some fun hands on activities for my littles who needed some extra work with short vowel sounds. I used it as an intervention tool, but of course when the other students saw it being used, they wanted a piece of the action too ;) So it's transformed into center work!






I also have an obsession with games, so I made fun games for my students to play to practice the short vowels.




I also made a little pocket chart center and spin a word centers.

And then what happened!? I don't know!!! I really truly meant to make activities for all 5 vowels before the end of the school year! And I just now finished short i...

So, in an attempt to motivate myself to get them done, I am offering them as a bundle right now!
This bundle currently includes the units I have completed {short a, short e, and short i} and that's all I'm charging for right now! Then, when I finally get with the program and finish the last two units, you can re-download the bundle at no extra charge! Deal?! 

Also, some people have purchased the units separately already, so if you are interested in the bundle pack instead, send me an email!

Be sure to visit my friend Jodi to see other great intervention ideas!

I also wanted to show you the adorable craft I just finished! I'm kind of in love with it ;)






10 comments

  1. You are one busy BEE!!!
    Love the differentiation in your activities!
    Thanks for sharing,
    Julie
    Ms. Marciniak's First Grade Critter Cafe

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  2. Love the short vowel units! I am alway looking for short vowel units at the beginning of the school year. I pinned it so I won't forget about it. I used to have a bee theme in my classroom, so I adore all things bee related!

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  3. I just love this! Oh your center activity is just perfect lv. Bloody Brilliant as always.
    Mels

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  4. Love it!! Those bees are adorable!! Thanks for linking up :)

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  5. Those bees are adorable! I love your short vowel games! They look like fun:)
    Sarah
    Sarah's First Grade Snippets

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  6. Short vowel games look adorable! I love how your class embraced the intervention group activities!

    Tammy
    The Resourceful Apple

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  7. I bought the dollar tree shapes too! Made some to match upper & lower case letters and some for math. WHY didn't I laminate first so I could change them??GREAT IDEA!

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