Presentation on theme: "R-Controlled Vowel: /or/ The vowel sound /or/ as in corn can be spelled in five different ways."— Presentation transcript:
R-Controlled Vowel: /or/ The vowel sound /or/ as in corn can be spelled in five different ways.
Anansi used a thorn to bore a hole into the melon. Of course, he was a trickster like Tiger, but poor Anansi could not roar. It can be spelled or as in thorn.
But sometimes… It can be spelled ore as in bore.
At other times… It can be spelled our as in of course.
And then… It can be spelled oor as in poor.
And finally… Sometimes it can be spelled oar as in roar.
Lets read some /or/ words together. board born roar corn pour door snore bore sore more store Now lets try some Hink Pink riddles together. Each word in the two-word rhyming answer should have the same vowel sound as soar. Choose 2 words from the words above. What do you call an entryway with an ache?
a sore door
board born roar corn pour door snore bore sore more store What do you call a place that sells beds?
a snore store
board born roar corn pour door snore bore sore more store What do you say when you want another glass of milk?
pour more (of course youd also say please)
Remember… The /or/ sound can be spelled or our ore oar oor
Listen to the sound of /or/ as we read these sentences. We went to four stores before we found the board game Monopoly. They hear the lion roar fourteen times. Poor Henry! He poured water on the floor. The bird soared as he looked for food. Thats all. There are no more.