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1Spelling the /ou/ and /oi/ Sounds plowfoundjointdestroyallowgroundmoistemploytowerbouncechoiceaboutoysterpoisonoutsideaccountappointenjoymentrejoicetrousersSpelling Lesson 8Spelling the/ou/ and /oi/ SoundsSpelling TipThe /ou/ sound is often spelled ow and ou.The /oi/ sound is often spelled oi and oy
21-3 Write the Core Words in which the /ou/ sound is spelled ow. plowfoundjointdestroyallowgroundmoistemploytowerbouncechoiceaboutoysterpoisonoutsideaccountappointenjoymentrejoicetrousers1-3 Write the Core Words in which the /ou/ sound is spelled ow.4-8 Write the Core Words in which the /ou/ sound is spelled ou.9-12 Write the Core Words in which the /oi/ sound is spelled oi.Write the Core Words in which the /oi/ sound is spelled oy.Write the Challenge Words. Circle the letters that spell the /ou/ or /oi/ sounds.
3The Oyster That Hated to be Moist plowfoundjointdestroyallowgroundmoistemploytowerbouncechoiceaboutoysterpoisonoutsideaccountappointenjoymentrejoicetrousersThe Oyster That Hated to be MoistDeep inside its shell the ( 1 ) wondered what it was like ( 2 ). Would the ( 3 ) be all wet and ( 4 ) today? If not, the oyster could leave its shell to get some sun. Rain, the oyster felt, was like ( 5 ). With luck, the rain would not spoil the oyster’s plans today.
4plowfoundjointdestroyallowgroundmoistemploytowerbouncechoiceaboutoysterpoisonoutsideaccountappointenjoymentrejoicetrousersSlowly the oyster began to ( 6 ) its way up through the sand. It ( 7 ) that this was hard to do. Soon it had to ( 8 ) all its strength to move ahead. Yet nothing would ( 9 ) its hope for a nice sunbath. Little by little it opened the movable ( 10 ) of its shell. Now it could ( 11 ) itself to see ( 12 ) the weather.
5plowfoundjointdestroyallowgroundmoistemploytowerbouncechoiceaboutoysterpoisonoutsideaccountappointenjoymentrejoicetrousersThe oyster could see a tall building and ( 13 ) in the distance. No rain would ( 14 ) off the oyster’s soft body in this weather! “When it rains,” the oyster thought, “I have no ( 15 ). I must stay inside my shell and sleep in my shallow water bed.”
6Words That Show Action Happening Now eastbleedfielddonkeysneakjockeygreaseyieldleastscreamshieldwheatseaweedbeachbeetlescreechfemalewreathniecemeaslesWords That Show Action Happening NowAdd the ending –ing to the words below to show that action is happening now.Write the complete sentences.16. I am ___ them to come with me. (allow)17. The air is ___ the plants. (poison)18. The dog is ___ the rug. (destroy)19. We are ___ students. (employ)20. They are ___ the roads. (plow)
7Group the Words Write the Core Word that belongs in each word group. plowfoundjointdestroyallowgroundmoistemploytowerbouncechoiceaboutoysterpoisonoutsideaccountappointenjoymentrejoicetrousersGroup the WordsWrite the Core Word that belongs in each word group.damage, ruin, break, ________clam, whale, seal, ________damp, wet, soggy, ________earth, soil, surface, _________let, permit, approve, _________
8Answer the Questions Write the Core Words that answer the questions. plowfoundjointdestroyallowgroundmoistemploytowerbouncechoiceaboutoysterpoisonoutsideaccountappointenjoymentrejoicetrousersAnswer the QuestionsWrite the Core Words that answer the questions.If you were a farmer, what would you use to get the soil ready?In fairy tales, where are prisoners often kept?When there is more than one way to do something, what do you have?What do some wild mushrooms have that makes them dangerous?What does a ball do?What part of the body connects two parts?
9plowfoundjointdestroyallowgroundmoistemploytowerbouncechoiceaboutoysterpoisonoutsideaccountappointenjoymentrejoicetrousersUse the DictionaryGuide words are found at the top of every dictionary page. They show the first and the last entry word on that page. Write the Core Words that you would find on a dictionary page with the guide words listed below.abbreviate / angrilyold / oxencedar / cryfire / fox
10Use at least four Core Words from this lesson. plowfoundjointdestroyallowgroundmoistemploytowerbouncechoiceaboutoysterpoisonoutsideaccountappointenjoymentrejoicetrousersWrite an ending for the story about the oyster that hated to be moist or write a new ending for a story of your choice.Use at least four Core Words from this lesson.
11plowfoundjointdestroyallowgroundmoistemploytowerbouncechoiceaboutoysterpoisonoutsideaccountappointenjoymentrejoicetrousers1-4. Here is a draft of one student’s story ending. Find four misspelled words and write them correctly.5-7. Three capital letters were not put in at the beginnings of sentences. Copy the story ending and correct any errors.