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Look out for "Magic E!" Make a wand and use it to change short vowel words into long vowel words. Fun and simple

Whatever you call it... silent e, mommy e, bossy e... this station will help your students practice the skill of adding an e to the end of words to...

used a really sparkly E cut out. I call it "Sparkly Silent E." He shows up at the end of words and the vowel is SO Silent e - the other vowel is so amazed by him, that they want to introduce themselves, so they say their name.

Magic E - blogger writes: I combined two ideas on the "magic e" from Pinterest. I thought I'd put the poster in sheet protectors (could laminate) and have the students find words with the "magic e" as a center activity and write them with dry erase markers. I made little wands with the "magic e" as well for them to use.

to support teaching split digraphs - "magic e" / "bossy e"

Making Magic e words with Alphabits cereal--SUper

silent students love this song. I have been using it for a couple years now!

Super Sneaky Silent e chart... Love how Peyton gets excited about the bossy (sneaky) e!