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Meet the Phonics – Letter Sounds (yahhh!!!) a a a a a a a a a a astronaut a asteroid a alien a aim a auto a awesome! b b b b break b beak b brother! c c c c c c c crab c comb c cute c circle c center c city d d d d dinner d dinosaur d dust e e e e e e e egg e elephant e elf e eagle e easy e eat f f f f frown f frog f friends g g g g g g g good g great g giant! g gentle h h h h hard h hot h happy i i i i i i i invent i in i mix i idea i time i ice! j j j j jiggle j jump j juice k k k k karate k kick k key l l l l look l lean l lots m m m m metal m more m motorcycle n n n n nature n nice n (ah-chew!!!) no!!! o o o o o o o o o o on o otter o open o old o shoe o two p p p p pot p popcorn p perfect! q q q q quiver q quickly q quilt r r r r-rrr-r!!! r rise! r roof r-rrr-r!!! r rest s s s s s s s spin s small s super s noise s flies s close t t t t toad t two t tea u u u u u u u up u under u unlock u unicycle u ukulele u unicorn v v v v vent v vapor v victory! w w w w wish w water w wet x x x x ox x ax x fix y y y y y y y y y y y y y yo-yo y yikes! y gymnastics y rhythm y fancy y clumsy y try y bye-bye! z z z z zero z zoom z zebras! Which letters are vowels? Let’s find out! If you’re looking for a vowel, start with “a.” If you’re looking for a vowel, the next is “e.” Then you find an “i”, “o”, “u”, and sometimes “y”… The vowels are “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u”, and sometimes “y.” The vowels are “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u”, and sometimes “y.” If you’re looking for a vowel, start with “a.” If you’re looking for a vowel, the next is “e.” Then you find an “i”, “o”, “u”, and sometimes “y”… The vowels are “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u”, and sometimes “y.” The vowels are “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u”, and sometimes “y.” If you’re looking for a vowel, start with “a.” If you’re looking for a vowel, the next is “e.” Then you find an “i”, “o”, “u”, and sometimes “y”… The vowels are “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u”, and sometimes “y.” The vowels are “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u”, and sometimes “y.” b a g bag b e g beg b i g big b o g bog b u g bug Now let’s try a few more words. h a t hat b a t bat c a t cat c a n can f a n fan f u n fun r u n run s u n sun Some words are tricky and we have to test all of the sounds that we know. c (short o) l d c (long o) l d cold s (short a) l t s (long a) l t s a (short o) l t salt m (short e) m (long e) me (hard c) e n t (soft c) e n t cent (hard g) e m (soft g) e m gem The Bug The b… u… g is b… i… g. The bug is big. The b… u… g is r… e… d. The bug is red. The b… u… g is f… a… t. The bug is fat. The b… u… g is f… e… d. The bug is fed. I did it! (yahhh!!!) I am silent “e” and I am very tricky. I can jump on a vowel, leap over a consonant, and stand next to it quietly. When I do this, I make the vowel say its own name. All I have to do is stay quiet. That is why they call me silent “e.” I can change hop to hope. I can change slop to slope. I make a vowel say its name when I play the jumping game. I can change can to cane. I can change plan to plane. I make a vowel say its name when I play the jumping game. Let’s try a few more! I can change dim to dime. I can change slim to slime. I make a vowel say its name when I play the jumping game. (crowd says “faster”) I can change bit to bite. I can change kit to kite. I make a vowel say its name when I play the jumping game. I can change car to care. I can change star to stare. I make a vowel say its name when I play the jumping game. (applause) Wait! I have a few more tricks up my sleeve. You think changing a vowel was easy? I can change “c” and “g” just by standing next to them. I can change “g” (hard g) to “g” (soft g). I can change “c” (hard c) to “c” (soft c). When they stand next to me I change the “c” and the “g.” Let’s give it a try! You don’t say “grac” you say “grace” (short a). (crowd says “No!!!”) Wait! Stop! I know what you’re thinking… I need to change both sounds! You don’t say “grac” you say grace. You don’t say “fac” you say face. I change the vowel and the “c” when they stand next to me. You don’t say rag you say rage. You don’t say sag you say sage. I change the vowel and the “g” when they stand next to me. (applause) c a – e k cake l i – e m lime r o – e s rose c u – e b cube m i – e c – e mice c a – e g – e cage The Doll She c… a… n b… a… k… e a c… a… k… e. She can bake a cake. She c… a… n s… i… t and h… i… d… e. She can sit and hide. She has a h… u… g… e s… m… i… l… e on her f… a… c… e. She has a huge smile on her face. She is in a b… o… x with a n.. o… t… e. She is in a box with a note. She is c… u… t… e and f… u… n. She is cute and fun. I did it! (yahhh!!!) r-rrr-rrr!!! Oh! Hi! (hmm-hmm) Some people think that I’m a bit controlling. Yeah! I suppose I am. But, if you think waking up the whole town is controlling… watch what I can do with the vowels. They call me controlling “r.” The “r” is in charge! I am “r” and I’m in charge… standing by a vowel. When I’m with “a” we make one sound and that sound is “ar!” There’s a farm here and a barn there. Here’s a jar, there’s a star. I can even see a car. I am “r” and I’m in charge… standing by a vowel. I am “r” and I’m in charge… standing by a vowel. When I’m with “o” we make one sound and that sound is “or!” There’s corn here, and a horn there. Here’s a cork, there’s a fork. I can even see a stork. I am “r” and I’m in charge… standing by a vowel. Now things get really easy! When I’m standing after “e”, “i”, and “u” we make the sound “rrr.” Watch! I am “r” and I’m in charge… standing by a vowel. With “e”, “i”, or “u” we make one sound and that sound is “rrr!” There’s a herd here, and a fern there. Here’s some dirt on a shirt, turn and watch the fire burn. I am “r” and I say “rrr” with “e” and “i” and “u.” h ar p harp h er her b ir d bird f or t fort c ur l curl The Scarecrow H… er sh… ir… t is w… or… n. Her shirt is worn. H… er sk… ir… t is t… or… n. Her skirt is torn. H… er sc… ar… f is y… ar… n. Her scarf is yarn. H… er f… or… k is in the d… ir… t. Her fork is in the dirt. A b… ir… d is on h… er ar… m. A bird is on her arm. I did it! (yahhh!!!) The “a” says “a”, “a”, “a”, “a”, “a.” (short a) The “a” says “a”, “a”, “a”, “a”, “a.” (long a) And it says “a”, “a”, “a”, “a”, “a.” (short o) The “b” says “b”, “b”, “b”, “b”, “b.” The “c” says “c”, “c”, “c”, “c”, “c.” (hard c) And it says “c”, “c”, “c”, “c”, “c.” (soft c) The “d” says “d”, “d”, “d”, “d”, “d.” The “e” says “e”, “e”, “e”, “e”, “e.” (short e) And it says “e”, “e”, “e”, “e”, “e.” (long e) The “f” says “f”, “f”, “f”, “f”, “f.” The “g” says “g”, “g”, “g”, “g”, “g.” (hard g) And it says “g”, “g”, “g”, “g”, “g.” (soft g) The “h” says “h”, “h”, “h”, “h”, “h.” The “i” says “i”, “i”, “i”, “i”, “i.” (short i) And it says “i”, “i”, “i”, “i”, “i.” (long i) The “j” says “j”, “j”, “j”, “j”, “j.” The “k” says “k”, “k”, “k”, “k”, “k.” The “l” says “l”, “l”, “l”, “l”, “l.” The “m” says “m”, “m”, “m”, “m”, “m.” The “n” says “n”, “n”, “n”, “n”, “n.” The “o” says “o”, “o”, “o”, “o”, “o.” (short o) And, “o” (long o) and “o” (short u). The “p” says “p”, “p”, “p”, “p”, “p.” The “q” says “q”, “q”, “q”, “q”, “q.” The “r” says “r”, “r”, “r”, “r”, “r.” The “s” says “s”, “s”, “s”, “s”, “s.” And it says “s”, “s”, “s”, “s”, “s.” (zzz) The “t” says “t”, “t”, “t”, “t”, “t.” The “u” says “u”, “u”, “u”, “u”, “u.” (short u) And it says “u”, “u”, “u”, “u”, “u.” (long u) The “v” says “v”, “v”, “v”, “v”, “v.” “W” says “w.” The “x” says “x”, “x”, “x”, “x”, “x.” The “y” says “y”, “y”, “y”, “y”, “y.” And it says “y” (short i), “y” (long e), “y” (long i). And “z” says “zzz.”

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