Things That Make You Say Aaaa!
Students discuss how to identify the a=/a/ in spoken words. They discuss a meaningful representation for the sound and a letter symbol. They identify the /a/ sound in words. Students read a story and blink their eyes when they hear the /a/ sound.
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