More Phon-Let Pictures:
Professional Illustrations of Short Vowels

Amanda Earnest, a graphic artist with the Learning Resources Center at Auburn University, helped the Reading Genie create new illustrations of phonemes featuring their graphemes, or principal spellings. These illustrations display a real-world analogy sound to help students remember short-vowel phonemes.  The grapheme is embedded in the illustration.

Crying baby

Crying baby: a = /a/

 

Creaky door

Creaky door: e = /e/

 

Rocking chair

Rocking chair: e = /e/

 

Hard of hearing

Hard of hearing: e = /e/

 

Icky sticky

Icky sticky: i = /i/

 

Yawning angel

Yawning angel: o = /o/

 

Caveman

Caveman: u = /u/