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Which words have the y sound in?
la planète y y
pied chien crayon février janvier
Listen to this rhyme. Stand up and then sit down quickly when you hear the y sound or count how many times you hear it.
Now listen to the song and read the words. Viens! Un biniou un violon, un piano, des musiciens. On va danser sous les pommiers, Viens!
Practice saying the rhyme in pairs now. Viens! Un biniou un violon, un piano, des musiciens. On va danser sous les pommiers, Viens!
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Listen to the correct pronunciation now piano pommier viola
Which words do you know that start with j? la planète j j.
Which words do you know that start have the ‘an’ or ‘am’ sound in?
Which words have the o sound in? o la planète o.
Can you think of any words with the ‘in’ sound in?
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Can you think of any words with the ‘u’ sound in?
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