One way to practice reading and visual discrimination is by playing long vowel I Spy games. This can be done with a partner or in a group.
Not only is I Spy a fun way to practice reading skills, but it’s also a great way to build vocabulary. So next time you’re looking for a fun and educational activity, give I Spy a try!
There are five pages in this activity pack, one for each vowel. These free printables are perfect for young readers in kindergarten – grade 2.
Most children learn best when they’re having fun. So, if you’re looking for a way to teach your kindergarteners long vowel sounds, why not try a fun game?
Here’s a few surefire way to get those kiddos laughing – and learning!
Long Vowel I Spy Games
Teaching long vowel sounds is an important part of reading instruction. These literacy worksheets are designed to make the process a little easier for both you and your child.
This set of printable I Spy Games is a great way to engage readers in a fun game that will help them review or reinforce some important reading skills.
Because these pages are print-and-go, they’re perfect for busy homeschool moms like you!
WHAT IS INCLUDE?
This packet of free printables contains five long vowel I Spy games to print and play.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
- copy paper
PREPARING THE ACTIVITY
Fill out the form at the bottom of this post to get the free worksheets for your little ones. Then, download and print your desired pages.
Completing the Activity
Each page in this pack of I Spy games features more than twenty long-vowel images in a grid. At the bottom of the page, is a list of eight long-vowel words.
To complete the activity pages, kids will read a word and hunt for it in the grid.
Have them color the image and check the box for each item the “spy” on the page.
Reading – Kids will read eight long vowel words on each page.
Visual Discrimination – Students will search for eight long vowel images amidst a set of more than 20.
Long Vowel Patterns – Readers will see long vowel patterns on each page. Have students circle the long vowel sound in each word.
If your kids don’t like to color, you can have them skip that part of the activity. Have them put an X or circle on the objects as they find them.
You can make this a reusable activity by printing the pages on colored paper and placing them inside a dry erase pocket. Kids can complete the pages with a dry erase marker.
Long Vowel Books for Kids
The more your children read, the more fluent they’ll become. The books featured here focus on long vowel words.
As your kids read these books, your kids will see all of the various long vowel patterns as the become more familiar with them.