My Kindergartner is just starting with learning to read long vowels, specifically CVCe words. Learning to read doesn’t come very easily to him, so we stay on the slow-and-steady track. Even during the summer, we will read most every day and do a few short and simple phonics activities.
This week, he is going to work on the long vowel A, using these Stamp and Write booklets. He really enjoyed the Stamp and Write CVC booklets, so I think these will be a hit also!
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Stamp and Write Long Vowels CVCe Booklets
This packet includes 5 phonics booklets for your young reader. Letters A, I, O, and U each have one booklet dedicated to practicing that specific long vowel sound.
The fifth booklet in the set is a mix of those 4 long vowel sounds.
This printable stamp booklet packet includes long vowel sounds that have the CVCe pattern – such as cake or hide or tube. I will create other stamp and write booklets that use vowel teams to make long vowel sounds, such as vowel teams ea or ai.
I did not include a Long E booklet since there are so few words that have the CVCe structure using Long E.
Each booklet contains a cover page, 10 CVCe pages, and an ‘I can read…’ Page that includes all of the words used in the booklet.
The cover page should be first and then ‘I can read…’ Page should be last. You and your child can determine the order of the rest of the pages as you desire.
After printing, cut each page in half along the dotted lines. Then staple down the grey edge to make a book.
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Directions for Using Stamp and Write Booklets
After your child identifies the object pictured, he can use stamps to spell the word in the boxes. Help him sound out the word if needed and identify each of the sounds of the CVCe word.
We use the Melissa & Doug Wooden Stamp Set with uppercase and lowercase letters. Since my boy loves numbers, I really like that it also includes the 4 operators, an equals sign, and digits 0-9.
If you don’t have a stamp set, you can also use All About Spelling tiles if you use that program.
I think the tiles from Banangrams, but we do not own that game so I cannot test and confirm that!
After stamping the word, your child can practice writing on the lines provided.
On the last page of the booklet, you will find the ‘I Can Read Long ___ Words’ Page. It will review each of the words reviewed in the booklet. Even if your child only completes a page or two a day from the booklet, make sure you read through the CVCe list each time.
Repetition and consistency are key with early readers.
After stamping and writing the word, feel free to color the pictures! My girls loved to color, so I made the pictures quite large for the coloring fans. ❤
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