If you teach the rule, “When two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking.“ you’ll enjoy these “craftivities.”
The packet includes:
6 color as well as black and white reminder bookmarks for your students to make.
Blank templates so you can fill in your own vowel digraphs, as well as write example words.
I’ve also made an alphabetical list of sample words for four of the most common vowel digraphs that you can use as anchor charts.
- 110 sample words for ea
- 102 sample words for ee
- 40 sample words for oa
- 81 sample words for ai
Instead of having your students groan & complain about words that they come across that are exceptions to the rule, make it fun, and have them toss these “rule breakers” into a jail cell.
I’ve included 6 rule breaker worksheets, with blank jail cells, as well as filled-in examples.
My kiddos LOVE “jailing” offenders. You can do this as a whole group and add to one “anchor chart” or give students their own copies to use as a vocabulary-building worksheet.