Skill: Letter pattern (are) as in care
A vowel or vowels followed by the letter “r” results in a blended sound, which has neither the short nor long sound of the vowel.
Read these (are) words.
Can you read these sentences?
- A baby hamster’s skin is bare.
- Will your parents pay my bus fare?
- What did you prepare for lunch?
- Please do not stare at me.
- Let’s compare our notes.
- Please be careful and spare the pain.
- Let’s compare this rare jewel.
- I jump when people scare me?
- I care when the bus fare is costly.
- I can barely ride the mare bareback.
- I dare you to snare the hare.
- I glared at the bright flare of light.
- I got the flatware at the hardware store.
- We had a barefoot farewell party for the warehouse crew.
Create two original sentences. Please include one or more words that have the spelling pattern (are) in each sentence. Remember sentences always begin with a capital letter and end with a period (.), question mark (?), or exclamation point (!)
Make a simple illustration of your favorite sentence. Feel free to use the space on the back of your paper.
Here are a few words that have the same (are) sound, but are spelled differently. Can you read them?