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Phonics VCV Pattern PHONICS: VCV Pattern T183 THEME 2: Nature Walk Week
We will learn to read: words with VCV and open or closed syllables We will read and write words with the VCV pattern.
Reading gogo meme hihi Open gotgot metmet hithit Closed
Reading protect VCVVCV one consonant open syllable divide before the consonant blend each syllable to read the word divide longer words into syllables closed syllable
Reading silent VCVVCV one consonant open syllable divide before the consonant blend each syllable to read the word closed syllable
Reading musicmusic VCVVCV one consonant open syllable divide before the consonant blend each syllable to read the word closed syllable
Reading wagonwagon VCVVCV one consonant open syllable divide before the consonant blend each syllable to read the word closed syllable Is it a real word?
Reading wagonwagon VCVVCV one consonant closed syllable divide after the consonant blend each syllable to read the word closed syllable That is a real word!
Reading nevernever VCVVCV one consonant open syllable divide before the consonant blend each syllable to read the word closed syllable Is it a real word?
Reading nevernever VCVVCV one consonant closed syllable divide after the consonant blend each syllable to read the word closed syllable That is a real word!
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