Learning when to use Silent E at the end of words is tricky for young readers, particularly those who use their sounds for decoding. This fun and friendly worksheet addresses several words that look the same but for the Silent E, and helps them practice discriminating visually while choosing the correct word for sentence blanks. They’ll be able to check off the correct word, while visually familiarizing the differences in closed syllables and words that need the E at the end.
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