Shout Out Loud
Students explore the /ow/ sound using the 'ou' digraph. They recite an /ow/ tongue twister and participate in a letterbox lesson to gain understanding of the ou = /ow/ concept. They read 'The Napping House' to practice reading with /ow/ words.
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