Vowels & Consonants: Lesson for Kids

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The alphabet can be divided into two groups. What are the names of the groups?

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1. Which letter can be in both groups?

2. Which group is made up ONLY of vowels?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This short quiz will ask you questions about vowels and consonants. You will need to know the differences between the two, and pick out vowels and consonants in words.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The goal of this quiz is to see if you know:

  • What two groups the alphabet can be divided into
  • Which letter can be used in both groups
  • Which letters make up the vowels of the alphabet
  • How to identify the number of times consonants and vowels appear in a given word

Skills Practiced

Here are some of the skills you'll practice in this quiz:

  • Distinguishing differences - tell which letters are vowels and those that are consonants
  • Information recall - remember which letter is used in both groups
  • Knowledge application - apply your knowledge of vowels and consonants to count the number of times either occurs in a word

Additional Learning

You can learn more about vowels and consonants with our lesson, Vowels & Consonants: Lesson for Kids. Our instructors will teach you:

  • A trick to remember vowels
  • Which letters are consonants and which are vowels
  • What kinds of sound vowels make
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