Skill: long (o) spelling pattern (oa) and (-o)

Review long vowel rule: When two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking (it says its name), the second one does the walking (it is silent).

 

Read the words listed below.

 

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boat float loam roast
cloak foam loan soak
coach goal oak soap
coal goat oat throat
coast load oath toad
coat loaf road toast

 

If a one syllable word ends with a vowel, the vowel is usually long. Ex: no

 

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go no so

 

 

Cover the three words listed above. Can you spell them? Write them on the lines below.

 

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Dictation/Spelling Practice for (oa) words

 

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Read these sentences.

 

 

Create two or more sentences. Please include words with the spelling pattern (oa, -o). Remember all sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a period (.), question mark (?), or exclamation point (!).  Do not mix upper and lower case letters.  Please be attentive to good penmanship.

 

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Please illustrate your favorite sentence.