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The Short & Long Vowels Phonics Poetry Pack helps meet grade level learninggoals established by the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)Phonics and Word Recognition:(Phonics taught in the context of real reading is so much more meaningful than fill-inthe-blank worksheets!)CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.2.3Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.2.3.ADistinguish long and short vowels when reading regularly spelled one-syllable words.CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.3.3Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.Fluency:(Short, skill embedded poems are ideal for repeated reads & fluency building!)CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.2.4Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.2.4.ARead grade-level text with purpose and understandingCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.3.4Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.3.4.BRead grade-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate, andexpression on successive readingsShort & Long Vowels Phonics Poetry Pack 2012, 2017All Rights Reserved.

NameăCrabby MaxCrabby Max was acting madand ran fast down the path.His dad was simply asking himto get into the bath.I Had a Flabby Tabby CatI had a flabby tabby catthat sat across my lap.He never moved all afternoonwhen taking his cat nap.My HamsterMy hamster sat inside my handto have a little snack,but when he clamped down on my thumb—I put my hamster back. Lorrie L. Birchall

Nameāsilent eSkatesI made a trade with my friend Kateto try her special roller skates.I laced them up to have a race,but faster Kate came in first place.Mother’s VaseWhen I broke my mother’s vaseI wanted to be brave.I didn’t take the blame with grace—I blamed my sister Mave.SnakeInside a little crateI placed a little snake.I know that it is tamebecause it is a fake. Lorrie L. Birchall

NameĕGreta’s EggsGreta laid ten eggs each day,Her nest was tended well.The problem was that every eggwas empty, only shell.When Greta went with Farmer Jed,The hens could guess her fate.Without fresh eggs, she met her endas chicken on a plate.This sent a message to the henswho tend their nests so well.It’s better to lay one fresh eggthan ten with empty shells!Spelling TestI took a test on Wednesdayto see if I could spell.I wrote the word that I know best—and spelled it I-s-a-b-e-l. Lorrie L. Birchall

Nameēsilent eThe CentipedeThe centipede will persevere,when crawling quickly over here.With many legs he can compete—He is a tiny bug athlete.EugeneEugene is quite a cat serene,His shape is like a sphere.He will concede he is obese,with fur of soft cashmere. Lorrie L. Birchall

NameĭSickMy skin is chilled, but I feel hot.I cannot lift up from this spot.If I move, I feel so stiff,I have the sniffles when I sniff.My head is spinning like a top,It never feels like it will stop.I sip my milk and pick my food,I cannot giggle in this mood.I drift into my silky quilt,and feel my body start to wilt.I am not kidding, it’s no trick,I feel icky when I’m sick.JimJim is swimming in the trees,His grip is never limp.It’s thrilling drifting branch to branch—if you are a chimp! Lorrie L. Birchall

Nameīsilent eMice in LineA wise old cat shined up a slide,and five white mice lined up to ride.The wise old cat had seemed so nice—until he dined on five white mice.Crocodile SmilePlease be careful of the reptilewith the crocodile smile.He’s trying to invite you inhis water domicile.If he glides right up beside youthen remember to recite,“His smile gets a mile wide—just before he bites!” Lorrie L. Birchall

NameOtter and FrogOtter got on top a rockto see his friend, the frog.The rock was hot, so they hopped off—and swam across the bog.Beaver PondHop into the beaver pond,a frosty winter shock.Spring is not on time this year—It must have lost its clock. Lorrie L. Birchallŏ

Nameōsilent eThe MoleThe mole went down a little holeand didn’t make a sound,She chose to be there all alone,at home under the ground.Elephant’s NoseWhy do you supposeelephants have a hosefor a nose?Funny JokeMy baby brother poked a holeinto his eggy yolk.The yolk exploded on his face—It was a funny joke. Lorrie L. Birchall

NameŭMuddy Rubber DuckyI put my rubber duckyinto a dumping truck.We got to jump in puddlesand tumble in the muck.We got a little grubby,We had to scrub and scrub,But we had fun togetherwith bubbles in the tub!Grumpy GlumGrumpy Glum is not much fun,He grumbles in his mug.Maybe Grumpy Glum just needsa cuddle and a hug. Lorrie L. Birchall

Nameūsilent eDuke.My dog is sucha hungry brute,His begging may seem rude.But for his size, he must consumea huge amount food!My Paper FluteI used some tubes of cardboard,and lots of super glue.I made a special little fluteand played a tune for you. Lorrie L. Birchall

Hi Teachers!Did you know you can get TpT points toward free productsjust for leaving a rating and feedback? How cool is that!If these phonics poems were helpful in meeting yourteaching goals, I would so appreciate a review in my TpTstore:Thank you so much for leavinga review!-Lorrie L. BirchallIf you like this Short & Long Vowel Phonics Poetry Pack, thenyou might also enjoy the BIG Anthology of Phonics Poems!Learning phonics skills doesn’t need to be dry or boring!Short & Long Vowels Phonics Poetry Pack 2012, 2017 by Lorrie L. BirchallAll rights reserved.

the-blank worksheets!) CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.2.3 Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.2.3.A Distinguish long and short vowels when reading regularly spelled one-syllable words. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.3.3 Know and apply grade-lev

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