A.E.I.O.U. – Vowel Worksheet

by Mar 29th, 2011 // Reading & Writing

A.E.I.O.U. – Vowel Worksheet

Lately my kid has shown a real interest in reading. He goes to a developmental preschool that doesn’t “teach” reading in the classic sense. I like that he’s exposed to letters and concepts and not pressured to read, but that leaves the reading lessons up to me. I was trying to explain the concept that with vowels “the first one does the talking and the second one does the talking” when I realized I’d never really explained the difference between consonents and vowels.

I whipped up this little worksheet to help him identify the vowel letters. He used a marker to match up like letters. He completed the activity so fast that I was sure it did no good. But sure enough, this morning he could recite all his vowel letters. Yay for a simple, crafty worksheet. You can download it right here

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One Comment on “A.E.I.O.U. – Vowel Worksheet”

  1. 1.) Samantha
    March 29th, 2011

    Thank you! My son just recently told me that he wants to learn to read, so I am definitely going to give this a try.

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