Silent E Worksheets
Give yourself a sharp advantage over your peers with our printable silent e worksheets and let your English shine at its phonics best! The silent e or magic e is an evergreen topic among pronunciation enthusiasts. As the name has it, this e hardly makes a sound and is content just helping a long vowel say its name louder, among other things. Encourage kids of kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 to explore the various activities, exercises, and tasks in our printable magic e worksheets for more on this never-grumbling, multifaceted final e. Grab our free silent e worksheets for a sneak-peek into what lies in store!
This sorting silent e words worksheet brings in a big magic e bonanza for kindergarteners. The words given are a mix of a-e, i-e, o-e, and u-e combinations. The job is to sort each word under one of these four types.
Had it not been for the magic e, you would make a hash of every pronunciation job that the teacher sets you. In this pdf, 1st grade kids cut each a-e word and paste it below its correct picture.
The magic e is so ubiquitous that you find it just everywhere. Look for it in your home and feel it in your phone. Snip each picture and glue it below the silent e word that makes the "o" say its name.
Be eloquent about the silent e with this beautiful Ferry wheel-inspired chart! As well as clearly explaining the most important function of the final e, the chart also has some examples so kids settle in early on.
Without the magic e, you can't board a plane, nor can you go boating on a lake. In this exercise, if the word ends with a silent e, color it green. Or else, color it yellow. A phonic feast for 2nd grade kids!
The silent e represents the sounds that survived the Great Vowel Shift. In this task, match pictures to their short-vowel names. Match the names to their long-vowel counterparts and then to their images.
All vowels have two sounds - a short sound and a long sound. It's the silent e that helps the vowel produce its long sound. Look at each picture, unscramble the letters, and write the name in the blank provided.
Figure out the various ways the magic e helps with our printable silent e rules chart. Print and display it in your study so you can use it to brush up on your magic e knowledge.
It would be difficult to differentiate between a cub and a cube without the final e. In this printable magic e worksheet, add an "e" to each word and write the new word.
Just anything that we read - stories or whatever- is abounding in silent e words. It takes a keen ear and eye to find these words and make a list of them as in this final e pdf where kids look for such words.
Watch the youngsters thrive and flourish into stellar silent e scholars under your tutelage! Let them complete each sentence with an appropriate magic e word from the word box at the top of the page.
The apple juice you just drank didn't only have everything rightly mixed so you enjoyed every mouthful of it; it also had two silent Es. Look at each picture, find if there's a silent e, and write the word.
Ratchet up the magic-e practice to fever pitch with this grade 2 apple-tree printable. Some apples have silent e words in them, so task kids with identifying and coloring such apples.
Often there's a vowel that the silent e helps sound longer, such as the "a" sound as in "pace" or "o" sound in "strove". Write the missing vowel and silent e for each word. A feather in our silent e worksheets!
Passages are fertile fodder for young learners to practice finding and reading words with silent e. Read this exciting emergent-reader passage and pay attention to all instances of magic e words in it.
Juggling their silent e identifying and sounding tasks is no small feat for your rising stars in grade 1. In this task from our silent e worksheets, kids read a story and highlight all examples of silent e in it.