Vowels Bunting Chart
Alphabet Printables - Vowels Bunting Chart-
- Chart reads..... Every syllable has a vowel / a / e / i / o / u / and sometimes (y) .......
- Includes examples of a short vowel word and along vowel word...
- Matches the Vowels Rhyme Resource.
Vowels Bunting Chart - Suggestions for Use
It is important for children to understand early on - that vowels form the building blocks of words - they hold words together - and that every syllable has at least one vowel / vowel sound.
Along with this is the early understanding that there are short vowel sounds (regular alphabet sounds) and long vowel sounds (more advanced sounds), plus vowel sounds which are less common - eg.. oi/oy, the 'r's er/ir/or/ur, ou/ow .....
Place binder holes in top corners of bunting after lamination and thread string through, or staple onto string to form bunting..
Laminate and display for spelling / phonics reference.
Matches our Vowel Rhyme resource.
Go on a 'word hunt' to find words around the room, in books, in newspapers, magazines, place them into short vowel / long vowel groups.
Make language come alive, make finding vowel sounds within words like a treasure hunt. In much of our reading and writing I would ask the children to go on a sound treasure hunt and see what they can find. Then circle them, colour them, list them, all sorts of things.