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There is one object that doesn't belong in each of these sets. Scholars circle the one that doesn't rhyme, listening for the /o/ vowel sound (long and short) in the others. They connect two of the objects to printing practice, tracing the words. There are four sets of objects here. Consider not revealing that the rhyming words share the same vowel and asking kids to find the pattern themselves!