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What do you notice about the “c” sound in these words? cupcake Cindy once rice c can make 2 sounds!
C can make 2 sounds! C can make 2 sounds! A hard sound like in the words cat and candy. And a soft sound like in rice and circus.
We know the hard c sound. Here is the rule for soft c words: We know the hard c sound. Here is the rule for soft c words:
c sounds like an s when followed by e, i, or y. Cindy Circus Cyclone Cent Cycle Centimeter
-ce comes at the end of a word, after a long vowel rice nice spice space race trace
Let’s review! When does c make the soft sound (like an s)?
Let’s watch a video clip about the two sounds of c! http://pbskids.org/lions/videos/
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