FREE Long /a/ Vowel Sound Words Chart.
A long vowel is a vowel sound that is pronounced the same way as the name of the letter itself. There are various long vowel sounds that are important to recognize in order to be better at reading. One of which is the long /a/ vowel sound. Some examples of words with long /a/ vowel sound are bake, make, rake, sale, pale, whale, face, lace, jade, spade, bail, fail, mail, face, lace, pace and race.
Word Families with Long /a/ Vowel Sounds:
1. -ale family – male, tale, sale, pale, gale, whale, scale, female,
2. -ade family – fade, made, jade, wade, grade, space, blade, shade
3. – ail family – bail, fail, mail, tail, sail, nail, pail, snail
4. -ake family – bake, lake, rake, take, cake, make, snake, flake
5. -ace family – face, lace, pace, race, place, trace, grace, space
Below is a set of chart with long /a/ vowel sound words. These charts are perfect for kids who are beginning how to read. You can print, cut and laminate. Post them on your classroom walls, or bulletin boards, make a flip chart or a phonics album.
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