Today, I’m sharing some fun pages for teaching Magic e words. You may have seen the white crayon trick where you can color or paint over it to “magically” reveal a hidden word see my sight word example. Well, we’re doing that with “magic e” today!
Simple posters, in blue colour way, with a rhyme describing magic 'e' and, the alternative term used in some schools, bossy 'e'. Clearly laid out with examples for each vowel. Available in a choice of fonts.
10 reading activities for These activities for ELLs are great for building reading comprehension. These ready to go activities focus on fluency, simple sentences, reading a simple story, and reading comprehension.