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Compound Words By Janice Williams LJ Morris Elementary Huntsville, AL butterfly
Can you read these words and discover the compound word? bathtub
Can you read these words and discover the compound word? flagpole
Can you read these words and discover the compound word? weekend
Can you read these words and discover the compound word? snowball
Next Step: Now let’s use what we know to segment compound words.
Can you find the two words that make up this compound word? treetop
Can you find the two words that make up this compound word? sandpaper
Can you find the two words that make up this compound word? snowman
Try these words on your own: birthday something homework anything sidewalk butterfly
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