English is a tricky language chock full of weird exceptions that change letter sounds. It can be frustrating for young readers. Make it a bit easier with good resources. Check out these Magic E Worksheets: Long A Words!
Heather from Only Passionate Curiosity has created these worksheets to help your child practice reading these magic ‘e’ words. The ‘e’ is magic because it makes the vowel say its name! (in this case, ‘a’). And your child will fill in the missing ‘a’ in each of the magic e words, AND they will write the word on the line to complete the sentence. Perfect for daily literacy practice!
For another magic ‘e’ resource, check out Magic E Fold and Read: Long A
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