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Catch-A-Word™ Silent e Beach Ball Set

Item: 305922

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Practice Reading These Long-Vowel Spelling Patterns In This Hands-On Way

Playing catch, students read aloud one of the silent -e words their fingers touch. With the second ball, they read the CVC word. Then they add silent -e and read the long vowel word. A great kinesthetic approach to phonics study! CVCe words on one ball, CVC_ words on the other. Includes a Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guide.

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Know final -e for representing long vowel sounds.
Grade Level:
Grades: K-1
Details:
  • 2 beach balls
    Size: 10" diameter each

  • Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guide
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5 Stars

Fun way to practice Silent E

My 1st grade students love playing catch with this ball. We use them at the end of the day after they pack up. It's amazing incentive for them to get ready on time. I like the option of having the ball with the E and another without. I start off without the E and have them read it as a short vowel word, then add the E to flip the sound. They love it.
1/6/2017
By Carrie D from , CA
5 Stars

Love

A fun activity for learning the silent e. My students love it!
1/4/2017
By from ,
5 Stars

Silent e

This product is an awesome way to get the children out of their seats and interacting with the learning process. A great strategy to reinforce super silent e!
4/18/2016
By from , TN
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