Just a super quick share tonight! We are coming up on the tricky word work study of the diphthongs ou and ow. The exceptions to the common rule that ou (as in ouch) is usually found at the beginning or middle of a word and ow is found at the end of a syllable or word are numerous! I put together a mini unit to help kids practice. And OH!! Since it is poetry month, I've also included a way to integrate the word work with Shel Silverstein and a written expression, OUCH! Here are a few pics!
|A fun word work game for a little extra practice!|
Hope you can use it!! Or even just parts of it! thanks for stopping by!! I hope you're having a great week!!
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