If you are working on learning to read and write, sooner or later you will come accross ea sound words. There are three sounds to ea words – long e, short e, and long a. This fun, hands-on ea words phonics activity gives first graders a chance to practice and review this vowel pattern. Simply print the ea sound Bingo game to play and learn.
Some long vowels are a little tricky, and that the “ea” vowel team is one of them. This low prep game is a great way to practice the three sounds of “ea”. Vowel teams can be overwhelming. There are many of them, and they don’t all “act” the sound way. Some make the long sound, some make totally different sounds (like oi in soil), and then a last one makes the short vowel sound. And today, I have a game to work on this special vowel team.
The vowel team “ea” makes a lot of different sounds, and it can be quite confusing to our little ones. So it is important that we provide lots of learning time and activities for this special vowel team.
But first, here are the three sounds that ‘ea” makes.
This game is super low-prep.
This game is similar to other bingo games, with just a little twist.
That is it. It is a simple way to help children practice reading “ea” words and the three sounds that “ea” makes.
Looking for more practice with the long a sound? Check out these free printables:
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