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Letter Round - Up Dr. Jean Totally Reading #16 By: Crystal Pritchard
A is for antelope A Says /a/
B is for buffalo B Says /b/
C is for cactus C Says /c/
D is for deer D Says /d/
E is for elk E Says /e/
F is for fence F Says /f/
G is for guitar G Says /g/
H is for horse H Says /h/
I is for iguana I Says /i/
J is for jack rabbit J Says /j/
K is for kerchief K Says /k/
L is for lasso L Says /l/
M is for music M Says /m/
N is for night N Says /n/
O is for on the range O Says /o/
P is for peaceful P Says /p/
Q is for quail Q Says /q/
R is for rodeo R Says /r/
S is for saddle S Says /s/
T is for tent T Says /t/
U is for under big sky U Says /u/
V is for vulture V Says /v/
W is for wagon W Says /w/
X is for x brand X Says /x/
Y is for yee-haw Y Says /y/
Z is for zee end of the letter round up Z Says /z/
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