Friday, February 10, 2012

Long E Videos {ee/ea}

This week we have been learning how to decode and read words that have the long e sound. . . which means we finally got to have some formal lessons about vowel pairs.

Here are some links to a few of the fun YouTube videos we’ve watched throughout the week.  Just click on the pictures to view each video.  They are from two of our favorite educational series {Between the Lions & The Electric Company}.

They all make great little lesson openers to reinforce the skills you are covering.

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22 comments:

  1. Super, we've been doing /ee/ /ea/, too this week!!
    Jennifer
    First Grade Blue Skies

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  2. I'm so sad! Today I should be learning all kinds of awesome things from you guys, but instead I'm on my way to the doctor's office to see what I have to do about my broken foot. :-( Thanks for sharing these wonderful links.


    First Grade Delight
    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  3. These are great. I am your newest follower!

    Laurie
    Chickadee Jubilee

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  4. Awesome! We will be learning about ee/ea next week, so these are perfect. I had only used a couple of these before, but you have shown me some new ones!!

    Jodi
    Fun In First

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  5. Do you have a block on youtube at your school?

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  6. Thanks for sharing the video links! I'm definitely going to be using these during phonics!

    ~Heidi V.

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  7. Thank you so much for sharing those! I was searching for some just this week!

    Katie
    First Grade ABCs

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