Learning About Vowels - Part Two

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

This lesson is on teaching the students about vowels. They will have a worksheet where they will fill in the missing vowels.

Goals

Students will learn:
To recognize vowels
To spell words correctly

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 the following words on the board without the vowels. Students will fill in the missing vowels.

C __ t = Cat

B __y = Boy

G __ rl = Girl

Cl__ss = Class

Wh__n = When

Wh__r__ = Where

Wh__ = Who

Ab__v__ = Above

__v__r = Over

__nd__r = Under

Then, you can give them the worksheet.

Worksheet - Write in the missing vowels.

Directions - Write in the missing vowels in the following words.

1. __ppl__

2. C__ndy

3. C__k__

4. Cr__ __m

5. M__nd__y

6. Fr__d__y

7. Tr__ __ngl__

8. __pr__l

9. P__nc__ls

10. C__rcl__ 11. T__ __ch__r

12. J__n__

13. D__c__mb__r

14. Wh__r__

15. S__pt__mb__r

16. J__ly

17. A__g__st

18. F__br__ __ y

19. T__ __sd__y

20. Th__rsd__yAnswers to the Worksheet

1. Apple

2. Candy

3. Cake

4. Cream

5. Monday

6. Friday

7. Triangle

8. April

9. Pencils

10. Circle

11. Teacher

12. June

13. December

14. Where

15. September

16. July

17. August

18. February

19. Tuesday

20. Thursday

Grading

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

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