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Sound Cards Name, Sound, & Spellings
Purpose of Sound Spelling Cards Teaches association between sound and the symbol Helps with reading & spelling
Short Vowels Written in red Have a green background
Long Vowels Say their name Written in red Have a yellow background
Long A Card
Long E Card
Long I Card
Long O Card
Long U Card
Consonants Written in black Have a white background
Quacking Ducks Card
R Controlled Vowels, & Diphthongs Written in red Have a blue background
Digraphs Two letters that represent one speech sound
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Created by Mrs. Dixon, ET Click on the pictures that have the “th” sound. Note: Make sure you click on the pictures and not the background.
Bossy r. Bossy “r” The letter “r” is a very bossy consonant and can make the vowels do different sounds. Bossy “r” says, “You can’t make your short vowel.
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S T U V W X Y Z red yellow blue black green white.
Crayfish Test Review. A crayfish’s hard, shell-like covering is called a(n) _______. a.swimmerets b.carapace c.cephalothorax d.exoskeleton.
The Seasons BONUS: Exit Differences Leaves can Have Fun things to do with Leaves
Phonics and Reading at The Lancaster School March
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Sung to B-I-N-G-O: I have two hands to clap out loud They also help me snap H-A-N-D-S H-A-N-D-S H-A-N-D-S Two hands to clap and snap.
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A Walk in the Desert Spelling Words Inflected –ed and –ing Dropping and Doubling Rule.
A B C D E F _ G H I J _ K L M N O P Q R _ S T U V _ Z TH _ TH _ SH CH NG AI AY EE EW : OA OU EW : AU AW : OI OY OU OW OO howvowelsoundExample a bag, bat,
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