Lesson 17: Short Vowel ‘u’

lesson-17

Grade Levels
PreK – 4th, Homeschool

Subjects
English Language Arts, Early Intervention, Phonics

Resource Type
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts

Formats Included
PDF

Pages
9 pages

$2.00

This worksheet package focuses on the short vowel sound ‘u’ as in up.

Great for beginning learners to practice their letter formation, sounding out skills, and phonemic awareness. Our worksheet packages build phonemic awareness skills in a sequential order and are intended to be worked through starting from lesson 1, lesson 2, lesson 3 etc. This package will help students practice their sounding out skills based on the sounds they have learned in lessons 1 through 16. All sounds and words are phonetically controlled if students have completed lessons 1 through 16.

Includes 9 pages:

Page 1 – Letter Formation – Students practice their own letter formation by tracing the letter then continuing along the row forming their own letter. Placing a green dot where the letter begins can be helpful for students. This page can be saved for students to return to and continue their letter formation.

Page 2 – Trace, sound out as you spell, match – Students should be guided to sound out as they trace each letter, then circle the picture that matches the word.

Page 3 – Circle the correct words – Students read both words and circle the word that matches the picture in the box.

Page 4 – Word Match – Students spell the matching word from the word bank underneath the correct picture.

Page 5 – Spelling Page – The provided spelling page has traceable phonetically controlled spelling words as per our worksheet order.

Page 6 – Tutor info sheet

Page 7 – Blank Spelling Sheet Template – To be used for practice of new sound spelling

Page 8 – Let’s Read – Phonetically controlled word list as per package order

Page 9 – Supplementary Story – Phonetically controlled reading material

We recommend observing the student/child as they work through this package to ensure proper letter formation and that the correct vowel value is given when sounding out.