1st Grade Reading

Super “e”

Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC

Super ā€œeā€ is a short video from Nessy that helps students understand the rules that ā€œeā€ at the end of a word (after a consonant), gives its power to the vowel in front of it, allowing the vowel to say its own name (a long vowel sound instead of a short vowel sound). Moreover, it remains silent itself, as it has lost all of its power.

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