are simple and easy to use. They help children in grades 1 and 2 identify and pronounce the “a” short. It’s not rocket science to say a short “a”. It’s in the “apple”, you eat, and the “” that you lie down under. When the vowel a is placed before a consonant as in “cat”, it just makes a short a sound. This will be your guideline so that you don’t get lost when using our short “a” worksheets. Enjoy a few of these unmissable phonic resources with our free short “a worksheets!
These printable Short A Worksheets that you can download and print at home. Start using printables Language Arts worksheets. to help in the development of your children.