Skill: Bossy "r" spelling/reading pattern (or)
This combination (or) has a dominant “r” sound
Bossy “r” is bossy but polite, it lets the vowel go first, but it doesn’t let it say its sound. This pattern (or) has the same the same sound heard in fur, her, girl,
and work, but not the sound heard in fork.
Read these words.
Dictation/Spelling Practice for (or) words that sound like work
Please illustrate and label an (or) word of your choice that has the same (or) sound presented in this lesson.
Read these sentences.
- I will color the alligator dark green.
- Ask the operator to call my doctor.
- Would the governor do a favor for me?
- Can you spell the word alligator?
- I like to work and help the world.
- Move the cursor on the monitor.
- Does a tailor use scissors for his work?
- Do earthworms help the soil?
- My work gave me the worst headache!
- The author wrote about food and calories.
- Would you rather do artwork or homework?
- Workers have a day off on Labor Day.
- Is being late to school worth the worry?
- Does the doctor work on Labor Day?
- Would you do me a favor and add extra flavor to this drink.
Write a sentence and include at least two words in your sentence that have the spelling pattern (or), as in work.