Help kids listen for vowels in the middle of cvc words with these super cute, free printable vowel picture cards clip cards. Simply say the picture name out loud and use phonemic awareness to listen for the sound in middle of the simple words. This low prep activity for preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and first grade students help improve phonics skills as children learn the sounds letters a, e, i, o, and u make.
Vowel Picture Cards
Vowel Sounds Activity
Simply print the FREE Vowel Clip Cards (below) in color or black and white. The blackline version helps save on printer ink costs. If you use the black & white version you can let students use crayons, markers, and colored pencils to decorate their cards.
Then use a laminator for durability and make sure you have mini clothespins on hand. Cut cards apart and you are all ready to learn.
Short Vowel Activity
Children will say the name of the picture, listening for the sounds the letters make. Help them figure out what sticky vowel is in the middle of each of these CVC Words.
HINT: I suggest putting circle stickers on the back to make these self-checking!
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Vowel Clip Cards
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