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Title: Vowel Digraphs


1
Vowel Digraphs
ee (e)
Example bee

Read each word. Then click on the book under the
word to see that word in a sentence.
Note Make sure you click on the book and not the
background.
Created by Mrs. Dixon, ET
2
ee (e)
bee
fee
see
three
free
tree
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knee
3
ee (e)
beet
feet
sweet
street
meet
greet
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sheet
4
ee (e)
deer
beer
steer
veer
peer
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5
ee (e)
heel
peel
reel
feel
kneel
steel
wheel
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6
ee (e)
beep
jeep
weep
peep
deep
sweep
keep
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sleep
sheep
7
need
ee (e)
breed
feed
seed
speed
weed
deed
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8
ee (e)
queen
green
teen
screen
needle
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seen
9
ee (e)
beef
peek
cheek
cheese
teeth
needle
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10
fee
The fee for lunch is 2.00. Fee is the price of
something what something costs.
11
bee
The bee can sting.
Homophone be
12
see
Did you see Spiderman, the Movie?
Homophone sea
13
free
It did not cost anything to go to the park it
was free.
14
tree
In October, the leaves on the tree turn yellow,
red and orange.
15
knee
He has a bandage on his knee.
16
three
There are three horses.
17
beet
Mom cooked beets for dinner.
Homophone beat
18
feet
We had sand on our feet.
19
sweet
The sugar makes the coffee sweet.
20
street
They are crossing the street.
21
meet
People shake hands when they meet.
Homophone meat
22
greet
To greet means to address with expressions of
kind wishes
23
sheet
The sheets on the bed are clean.
24
deer
A male deer has antlers.
Homophone dear
25
beer
Beer is a drink for adults, not children.
26
steer
Can you steer the boat? To steer means to guide.
27
peer
A peer is a person of the same rank or class as
another
Homophone pier
28
veer
The plane veered to the left before it landed. To
veer means to change directions.
29
heel
The girl is wearing high heel shoes.
Homophone heal
30
peel
Peel the orange before you eat it.
31
reel
Dad has a new rod and reel for fishing.
Homophone real
32
feel
My head hurts and I do not feel well.
33
kneel
At church we kneel when we pray.
34
steel
The blade on the knife is steel.
Homophone steal
35
wheel
The wheels on the bus go round and round.
36
jeep
Dad bought a new jeep.
37
beep
He likes to beep the horn.
38
deep
They dug a deep hole.
39
keep
Which puppy should we keep?
40
peep
I like the nursery rhyme, Little Bo Peep.
41
weep
To weep means to cry.
42
sweep
Joe will sweep the floor.
43
sleep
The baby went to sleep.
44
sheep
The farmer raises sheep.
45
breed
A Persian is a breed of cats. Breed is a class or
kind of animal or plant.
46
need
He cut his finger and needs a Band-Aid.
47
feed
The farmer feeds the cows.
48
seed
We planted flower seeds in the pot.
49
weed
Weeds are plants that grow where they are not
wanted and destroys other plants.
50
deed
Helping someone is a good deed! A deed is
something that is done an act.
51
squeeze
We squeeze lemons to make lemonade. Squeeze to
press together from the opposite sides of
52
sneeze
The weeds make me sneeze.
53
breeze
There was a breeze from the ocean. A breeze is a
gentle wind.
54
freeze
When water freezes, it turns to ice. Freeze to
harden into a solid (as ice) by loss of heat
55
green
We wear the color green on St. Patricks Day.
56
queen
Elizabeth is Queen of England.
57
teen
A teen is a person between the ages of 13 and 19.
58
screen
The TV screen is big!
59
seen
I have seen Spiderman three times!
Homophone scene
60
needle
The nurse used a needle to give the shot.
61
teeth
Brush you teeth at least two times each day.
62
peek
Peekaboo! I see you! To peek to look through a
crack or hole or from a hiding place
Homophone peak
63
speed
Do not speed!
64
beef
Beef cattle are raised for food.
65
cheek
They get kisses on the cheek.
66
cheese
I like cheese toast.
67
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