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Word Families Connie Campbell
Sound out these words cat
Sound out these words sat
Sound out these words hat
Sound out these words bat
Sound out these words mat
Sound out these words pat
Sound out these words fat
Sound out these words rat
Can you read these words? sat fat mat rat bat cat hat sat
Sound out these words hand Sound out these words
band Sound out these words
land Sound out these words
st and Sound out these words
bl and Sound out these words
Can you read these words? hand band land stand bland Can you read these words?
Sound out these words b ack Sound out these words
p ack Sound out these words
qu ack Sound out these words
s ack Sound out these words
t ack Sound out these words
Can you read these words? pack quack sack back tack Can you read these words?
Sound out these words m op Sound out these words
t op Sound out these words
h op Sound out these words
c op Sound out these words
dr op Sound out these words
Can you read these words? top hop mop cop drop Can you read these words?
Sound out these words cake Sound out these words
bake Sound out these words
wake Sound out these words
lake Sound out these words
rake Sound out these words
snake Sound out these words
Can you read these words? wake lake rake snake bake cake Can you read these words?
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