Resource Short Vowels: BrainPop Video
Short Vowels: BrainPop Video
  • Created By melissa
  • Description:
    In this movie, you’ll learn the difference between vowels and consonants, and discover the sounds of short vowels. Remember, the vowels are a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes y. The consonants are all the other letters of the alphabet. You’ll explore how to read words with short vowel sounds and how letter patterns can help you read.

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  • Purpose:
    To introduce students to short vowels. This video can be watched repeatedly to help learn the topic. I recommend using the activities and quizzes to help support learning as well.
  • Targets: Parent, Teacher
  • Standards:
  • CCSS.LA.1.RF.1.2.a
    1st Grade
    CCSS.LA.1.RF.1.2.d
    1st Grade
    CCSS.LA.1.RF.1.2.c
    1st Grade