Tuesday, November 01, 2011

A, E, I, O, U Sorts


We've been working through these sorts to distinguish between short and long vowels.

We use a large piece of manila paper to create their own t-chart.  Students begin by making a hamburger fold.   Then they fold the top down like a puppet.  They open up the paper to see the invisible lines that the folds made in the paper. They use a dark colored crayon to draw their own straight lines on the chart. They label the top of the chart with the titles at the top of the paper that I give them with pictures.

Click the pictures to grab my set of vowel sorts.





25 comments:

  1. Thanks so much! I am going to use this tomorrow during Daily 5! I just showed your games I purchased during your BOGO sale to my first grade team today. Hopefully that will generate some more sales.
    Peace, Mel D
    Oh the Places We’ll Go

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  2. Love these! We are learning are vowels in Kinder and my higher kids will love this as a center station! Thanks so much! :)
    Cheryl
    Crayons and Curls

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  3. These are great! Thanks for sharing.

    Oh, by the way, I used your Orange Pumpkin Orange Pumpkin book. It worked great for my sub a couple of weeks ago. The kids said they loved making them, and the books turned out really cute. Plus, it took them almost an hour to complete (perfect for sub plans!).
    Thanks!
    Lauren
    justaddclipart.blogspot.com

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  4. THANKS Lauren! I'm glad you could use it.

    Kathy

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  5. THank you SO much! These are fabulous and I can't wait to use them!!
    Kerri B
    teacherbitsandbobs.blogspot.com

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  6. Thank you ! Love the graphics! I was wondering, I remember seeing some beginning sound sorts a few months back, I thought it was your website???? I can't seem to find them.
    Thanks again,
    Tonia
    tvento1313@msn.com

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  7. These are great-perfect for us. Thank you!

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  8. Thank you so much for sharing! I love this, it's so much cuter than the one that came with my curriculum

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  9. Such cute graphics, thanks for the download!

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  10. Great ideas and graphics on your site Kathy. Just love it!!

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  11. Thank you so much for these~!! :o)

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  13. Hi Kathy,

    Thanks for the short vowels picture sorts. I was linked here from A Place Called Kindergarten where students used the pictures in a reading and writing notebook. Great idea!

    Have a great week.

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  14. Oh my! These are absolutely fabulous! This is my firt time here (clicked through via A Place Called Kindergarten) - and I can't wait to look around. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Thanks for a great activity!! WE are doing the short A sound this week in school.

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  16. Hi :) Great activities! I was just wondering were you got the clipart from? Thanks

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  17. This is exactly what I went looking for today. Thank you so much for sharing!!!

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  18. Thank you! These are great! I cannot wait to use them!

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  19. Thanks! I'm going to use these starting TOMORROW in centers.
    Jayne
    Smart Kids
    http://www.smartkidsgammons.blogspot.com

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  20. Perfect for what we are working on in kindergarten and first grades!
    Theresa

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  21. Kathy,
    I was looking through pinterest for long/short vowel work and I came across this and noticed it was you! How are things? Miss you! Love all the things you are doing. I still have my calendar math pieces up that you made me. They are getting pretty warn down. Do you have them on your TPT store?

    Katie

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  22. Thank you so much for these sheets- using them for remedial lessons with a little girl who just loves to learn through games and these pictures make making the games so easy! Really appreciate your generosity!

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