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S PELLING W ORDS Week 21
O UR P ATTERN IS … R Controlled Words
In some words, the letter R becomes a pirate and kidnaps the vowel in front, making it say “ARRRRRR!”
*an eight-legged arachnid (a class of animals) spider
*a person who is quick to notice any unusual situations *to be watchful alert
*an important celebrating in the Christian Church Easter
*a long marine animal that are usually predators shark
*to say something; comment; mention remark
*a female child girl x
*a mark left on the skin where sore has not healed completely scar
*work that is not liked, but need to be done chore
*to use your ear to make sense of sound heard
*a large group of animals that live, feed, or migrate together herd
W HAT SOUND DO ALL OF OUR SPELLING WORDS MAKE THIS WEEK ? ARRRRRRRRRRRRR!
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