"Open Your Mouth and Say AH!"
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Learners practice letter and sound recognition of the vowel o=/o/. They study the tongue twister "Tom got a frog from the pond" and the book, "If You Give a Moose a Muffin," by Laura Joffe Numeroff with an accompanying worksheet to master.
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