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Long Vowels CVCe: a, i. Long Vowels CVCe: a, i. Remember that with the consonant-vowel-consonant-e pattern, the first vowel is usually long and the e is silent. Long Vowels CVCe: a, i. He just came with a smile. came What is the long vowel in the word came? a smile

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Long vowels cvce a i

Long Vowels CVCe: a, i


Long vowels cvce a i1

Long Vowels CVCe: a, i

Remember that with the consonant-vowel-consonant-e pattern, the first vowel is usually long and the e is silent.


Long vowels cvce a i2

Long Vowels CVCe: a, i

He just came with a smile.

came

What is the long vowel in the word came?

a

smile

What is the long vowel in the word smile?

i


Long vowels cvce a i3

Long Vowels CVCe: a, i

Remember that a word with a final e keeps its long vowel sound even when the e is dropped to add an –ing ending.


Long vowels cvce a i4

Long Vowels CVCe: a, i

Listen for the long i sound in the next word.

smile + ing = smiling


Long vowels cvce a i5

Long Vowels CVCe: a, i

What is the long vowel in the next words?

came

place

safe

mistake

take

taking

bake

baking


Long vowels cvce a i6

Long Vowels CVCe: a, i

What is the long vowel in the next words?

hike

smile

fire

campfire

bike

biking

ride

riding


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Turn your practice book to page 75.


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