Vowels Bunting Chart

Vowels Bunting Chart

Chart reads – Every syllable has a vowel / a / e / i / o / u / and sometimes (y)

Includes examples of a short vowel word and a long vowel word.

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Vowels Bunting - D'Nealian


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How to use this teaching resource

  • It is important for children to understand early on – that vowels form the building blocks of words – they hold words together – and that every syllable has at least one vowel / vowel sound.
  • Along with this is the early understanding that there are short vowel sounds (regular alphabet sounds) and long vowel sounds (more advanced sounds), plus vowel sounds which are less common – eg.. oi/oy, the ‘r’s er/ir/or/ur, ou/ow …..
  • Place binder holes in top corners of bunting after lamination and thread string through, or staple onto string to form bunting..
  • Laminate and display for spelling / phonics reference.
  • Matches our Vowel Rhyme resource.
  • Go on a ‘word hunt’ to find words around the room, in books, in newspapers, magazines, place them into short vowel / long vowel groups.
  • Make language come alive, make finding vowel sounds within words like a treasure hunt.  In much of our reading and writing I would ask the children to go on a sound treasure hunt and see what they can find.  Then circle them, colour them, list them, all sorts of things.

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