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									I can read !
Learning Long Vowels
Created by Randy Stark, 1999

Main Menu
Find the vowels See it Hear it

Examples
he boy like rain boot

Review of the Rules

Find the vowels
Notice vowels

How many?

Are they together?

If you can see it
you can hear it
Double “ee” 2 vowel together Silent “e” at end

Odd combinations Single vowels

Long A a-e

Long E e

Long I i-e

Long O o-e

Long U u-e

ay
ai eigh

ee
ea

ia
y igh

oa
ow

ui
oo ew

Find the Vowels
Noticing Vowels
Back to Find the Vowels Menu

she green bike

Find the vowels.

a e

i

o

u

y

she green bike

Good !

Find the Vowels
Counting Vowels
Back to Find the Vowels Menu

trial make sky

Can you count how many vowels there are? 1, 2, or 3?

a e

i

o

u

y

trial …2 make …2 sky … 1

Were most made with 1 or 2 vowels? Very interesting!

Review this last section

Find the Vowels
Are they together?
Back to Find the Vowels Menu

snail tame train

Are the vowels together? Or are they separated?

a e

i

o

u

y

snail tame train

steak meet cute

Are the vowels together? Or are they separated?

a e

i

o

u

y

Let’s look again at the ones that were separated.

Words where the vowels are separated

tame cute taste

rake rode tape

Words where the vowels are separated

tame cute taste

rake rode tape

Do you see what I see? Look again.

Words where the vowels are separated

tame cute taste

rake rode tape

Talk about what you discovered.

Review this last section

If you can see it
you can hear it
Double “ee” 2 vowel together Silent “e” at end

Odd combinations Single vowels

Back to See / Hear Menu

Did you see all those “ee”?

The double “ee” makes the long e sound

If you can see it
you can hear it
Double “ee” 2 vowel together Silent “e” at end

Odd combinations Single vowels

Back to See / Hear Menu

A single “e” at the end makes the long e sound

More single vowels

A single “y” at the end makes the long i sound

If you can see it
you can hear it
Double “ee” 2 vowel together Silent “e” at end

Odd combinations Single vowels

Back to See / Hear Menu

An “e” at the end

makes the first
vowel long

I say … you are learning quite well. Keep up the good work!

If you can see it
you can hear it
Double “ee” 2 vowel together Silent “e” at end

Odd combinations Single vowels

Back to See / Hear Menu

When two vowels are together, the first one makes the long vowel sound

Blah Blah Blah

When 2 vowels
go walking, the first one

does the talking!

If you can see it
you can hear it
Double “ee” 2 vowel together Silent “e” at end

Odd combinations Single vowels

Back to See / Hear Menu

u

u

The “oo” letters usually

make the long u sound

u

u

The “ew” letters at the end usually make the long u sound

i

i

“igh” work together to

make the long i sound

a

a

“eigh” work together to

make the long a sound

o

o

“ow” work together to

make the long o sound
(“w” acts like a second vowel)

Let’s look at some examples

OK

make

Long A a-e

Long E e

Long I i-e

Long O o-e

Long U u-e

ay
ai eigh

ee
ea

ia
y igh

oa
ow

ui
oo ew

a
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..eigh..
a
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eight

weight

e
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e
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e
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i
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i
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i
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o
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o
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e
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u
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u
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u
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u
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Let’s review
Go to quiz

The double “ee” makes the long e sound

A single “e” at the end makes the long e sound

A single “y” at the end makes the long i sound

An “e” at the end

makes the first
vowel long

When two vowels are together, the first one makes the long vowel sound

Blah Blah Blah

When 2 vowels
go walking, the first one

does the talking!

The “oo” letters usually

make the long u sound

The “ew” letters at the end usually make the long u sound

“igh” work together to

make the long i sound

“eigh” work together to

make the long a sound

“ow” work together to

make the long o sound
(“w” acts like a second vowel)

I know all the rules, do you?

Review Rules again

“ee” makes

?

“ee” makes

e see

Single “e” at the
end makes

?

Single “e” at the
end makes

e
me

Single “y” at
the end makes

?

Single “y” at
the end makes

i

cry

“e” at the end makes the first vowel

?

lake cope
“e” at the end makes the first vowel

bite cute

long

“oo” makes

?

“oo” makes

u

boot

“ew” makes

?

“ew” makes

u

new

When two vowels are together, what happens?

When two vowels are together, the first one makes the long vowel sound rain meat suit dial boat

Blah Blah Blah

When 2 vowels
go walking, the first one

does the talking!

“igh” makes

?

“igh” makes

i

light

“eigh” makes

?

“eigh” makes

a

weigh

“ow” makes ?

“ow” makes

o

flow

Thanks for learning!

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