2.20.2012

CVCe Packet {SUPER E!}

I think this might be my favorite unit so far... {do I say that every time?} I am so excited to show you my latest unit... CVCe Activities: SUPER E!! I created this unit after I realized a few of my students didn't quite have this skill down. I have created a super hero named Ethan, but his friends call him SUPER E. He goes around helping other vowels say their name when they are in the CVCe word pattern.


This Unit Includes: CVCe posters {color, b&w, and draw-your-own}, a CVCe lesson suggestion with an accompanying worksheet, an original CVCe story with SUPER E as the main character {in color and b&w} with an accompanying worksheet, a SUPER E craftivity that your students will love {part of this craft is pictured above}, CVCe game {easy prep. work}, and 2 practices pages. 

The first two people who leave me their email address will get this CVCe Packet FREE!

How do you teach CVCe words in your classroom?

29 comments:

  1. Adorable! I love this...I'd love a copy!!

    lyndsey
    ayearofmanyfirsts.blogspot.com

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  2. oops...my e-mail address is lkuster@bcps.org

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  3. Adorable!!!

    Kimberly
    kimbersk@Yahoo.com

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  4. LOVE IT!!!!
    sharon
    kluttzsb@rss.k12.nc.us

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  5. Super cute unit! As always, I love the characters! :)
    Nicole
    Teaching With Style!

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  6. Very fun unit! We use Rowland Reading Superkids curriculum and we call it the super e too. I have made flash cards for super e words and super e words with -Ed and -ing endings and this will go great with that.
    Pfulk@cox.net
    Firstclassteacher.blogspot.com

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  7. this looks so cute! it is so creative!!

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  8. You need to purchase the "Super e!" song by Mark D. Pencil! Check it out! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHO1aJyxWIE :)
    -Alex
    aintheclassroom.blogspot.com

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  9. This unit looks so cute! CVCe seems gave some of my kiddos trouble until I found Sparkly E. :) But I think the boys in my class would much prefer a super hero!

    ~ Katie
    First Grade ABCs

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  10. It looks like I'm too late :(. But just in case :)
    raquelfabian@msn.com

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  11. Would LOVE to have your Super E unit for FREE!! Just used your glowstick Valentines for the 80 kinders at our school! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity!
    Rhonda Flick - TN
    flickr@btcs.org

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  12. Very cute! Super E is much nicer than what I call him. We call him MEAN E--like meanie--because he pinches and bullies the other vowels. Whatever works though, right? lol ;)

    ღDeAnne
    First Grade and Fabulous

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  13. This is fabulous! I just happend to search "Super E" on the beloved pintrest and your unit popped up several times. I ended up over here at your blog and I'm not going to lie I got a little excited when I saw that two people would get it free... until I looked and saw there were already 16 comments! I guess I'll be headed over to TPT to check it out!

    katiegordon2@gmail.com

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  14. Looks awesome! Love all your units. Thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful ideas.

    Melanie
    First Grade Brain Sprinkles

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  15. You are so creative Lindsey!!! This looks incredible!
    Kristen

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  16. You're so creative!

    Jodi
    fun-in-first.blogspot.com

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  17. my kids will LOVE this! perfect friend for verb & verba!

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  18. This looks amazing!!! Love your work.

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  19. Cute packet!! Also, what program did you use to design your adorable blog?

    Miss J

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  20. There is a great utube video about super e.. to go along with your unit...

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  21. I love it!! You always make such good lookin' units!
    ❤Teri

    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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thanks for the love ♥

 
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