-ale: Word Family Riddle Mini-Book

By: Lorrie L. Birchall

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Product Description:

Perfect for your phonics program, this mini-book offers 3 riddles with answers that feature the -ale word family, plus a word/picture match!

In addition to using the mini-book for direct instruction, place it in a learning center and have student pairs use it for a read aloud!

Short Vowel or Long Vowel? Name a word from a word family and have students tell whether it contains a short vowel or a long vowel sound. For a quick way to see which students “get it” and which may need more practice in discriminating between vowel sounds, have students give their responses silently by using hand signals. To do this, they simply show a fist if the word has a short vowel and show an open hand—with fingers pressed together as in making the sign for “stop”—if the word has a long vowel. As you come up with words to name, be sure to include some that contain blends and digraphs!

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