Ow! That Hurts

Students study the ou=/ow/ correspondence in written and spoken words using a tongue twisters and a letterbox lesson. They recite the tongue twister and make given words using the letterboxes. Next, they listen to a read aloud of Audrey Wood's, "The Napping House," shaking their hands when they hear the /ow/ sounds. Finally, as an assessment, they complete a worksheet.

K - 1st English Language Arts 7 Views 11 Downloads
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