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Alphabetic Spellers: Sort 45 (short a, e, i, and u with final digraph) short vowel sortwash push moth toss cloth boss oddballs cash rich much fresh class such guess kiss rush grass wish brush miss bath with math path
These words can be sorted by short vowel or final digraphs.The words wash/push/moth/toss/cloth/boss are oddballs since they do not have the expected short vowel sound.
Alphabetic Spellers: Sort 45 (short a, e, i, o, and u with final digraph) final digraph-ch -th -ss cash bath class miss rich fresh math kiss pass much wish path grass such wash guess moth rush cloth toss push with boss brush
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Click on the pictures that have the “sh” sound. Note: Make sure you click on the pictures and not the background.
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