Beginning readers can have a tough time with vowel digraphs, especially -ea, which can make several different sounds and be hard to decode. This bright colored and cheery worksheet gives children practice reading sentences missing an -ea word, and they’ll learn to use context to help them fill in the appropriate word in the blanks. They’ll see various examples of the different sounds -ea makes, and build their sight word bank too.
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