Learning About Vowels - Part One

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Grade Level
Kindergarten
Subject
Language
Length of Time
30 to 45 minutes
Description

This lesson is on teaching the students vowels. They will have a worksheet where they will circle vowels.

Goals

Students will learn:
To recognize vowels

Materials Needed

The worksheet I have included in this lesson
Pencils and Erasers

Procedure

First, you will explain to the students about vowels: a e i o u.

You can write examples on the board and have them circle the vowels.

For example, Circle all of the vowels in the following words:

Cat, Boy, Girl, Class, When, Where, Who, Above, Over, and Under.

Then, you can give them the worksheet.

Worksheet - Finding Vowels in Words

Part One - Directions - Circle all of the a's in the words below.

1. Apple

2. Candy

3. Cake

4. Cream

5. Monday

Part Two - Directions - Circle all of the i's in the words below.

1. Friday

2. Triangle

3. April

4. Pencils

5. Circle

Part Three - Directions - Circle all of the e's in the words below.

1. Teacher

2. June

3. December

4. Where

5. September

Part Four - Directions - Circle all of the u's in the words below.

1. July

2. August

3. February

4. Tuesday

5. Thursday

Part Five - Directions - Circle all of the o's in the words below.

1. November

2. School

3. October

4. Crayons

5. Lessons

Grading

You can grade the students on the number correct out of the number possible.

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