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R-Controlled Vowels Spelling Sheets

 

Just click, print, and copy!

 

This section contains spelling sheets for words with R-controlled vowels such as star, farm, corn, horn, bird, tiger, and turn.

 

AR Words:

   arm     art     car     dark     farm     jar

   park     shark     star     

 

ER Words

  river     tiger     water      fern     herd     ruler

  paper

 

IR Words:

   bird     chirp     dirt     girl     shirt

 

OR Words:

    corn     fork     fort     horn     horse     

    north     storm      worm

sample r-controlled vowel worksheet: farm

See also the R-controlled

Vowels Flashcards

UR Words

   fur     turn     surf     hurt     burn

 

Other resources that go with these words include: First Words, First Verbs, First Colors, First Numbers, Consonant Digraphs, First Words Reading Lists, and Long Vowel Words.

 

Also see: First Christmas Words, First Halloween Words, First Numbers, First Colors, and First Verbs.

If you find these teaching resources useful, you might also find the following resources useful:

The ABC flashcards: These ABC flashcards were made from clay. They can be used to teach capital letters. 

Little Letters Tracing Sheets: Learn the little letters with simple tracing sheets.

The Phonics Worksheets: Worksheets for teaching phonics. 

The Alphabet Mazes: 5 mazes to teach capital and small letters.

The Young Learner Worksheets: Simple sentences patterns and vocabulary worksheets. 

Initial Sounds Worksheets: Plenty of worksheets covering the initial sounds of words.

Vowel Combination Phonics Worksheets: Worksheets that highlight vowel combination patterns such as 'ai', 'oa', 'ay', and 'ow'.

  All materials (c) 2009 Lanternfish ESL