Word Lists For s, m, c, t, g, p, a, o
For this phonics worksheet, 2nd graders examine lists of words that follow the given patterns. They look at CVC words, VCC words, CVCC words, CCVC words, and CCVCC words. They see words that include the letters s, m, c, t, g, p, a, and o.
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