|When y comes at the end of a word, it is a vowel. When y is the only vowel at the end of a one-syllable word, it has the sound of a long i (like in my).
When y is the only vowel at the end of the word with more than one-syllable, it has the sound of a long e (like in baby).
Directions: Fill in the blanks using the following words.
happy, penny, shy, dry, try, sleepy, bunny, why, windy, sky, party
Write five more examples of words in which 'y' acts as a vowel. As a homework, read a book and find words containing the letter 'y'. Write those words on a sheet of paper and circle the words in which the letter 'y' acts as a vowel.