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Series: Wonder Books. Library Binding: 24 pages. Publisher: The Childs World Inc (October 1, 1999)
Series: Wonder Books. Publisher: The Childs World Inc (October 1, 1999). My daughter checked this book out at her school library as she is tasked with every week bringing a book home that she must be able to read by the time she is to turn it back in (one week later). Talk about WOW! I have never seen her so excited to read a book.
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Publisher: The Childs World Inc, 1999. Simple text and repetition of the letter "e" help readers learn how to use this sound.
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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Simple text about the importance of using the word 'please' and general politeness teaches readers about the 'pl' consonant blend. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Hot Pot: The Sound of Short O. Cynthia Amoroso.
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Long and Short Vowels. By (author) Alice K Flanagan.
The Pot is Hot. What do a pot and a robot have in common? They both end in -ot! Kids practice their -ot words by reading the short poem included here and then tap into reading comprehension skills by answering the three questions. 61 Views 62 Downloads. Read the short poem out loud as a class, or have kids read it out loud with partners or small groups. Require pupils to circle every -ot word in the text. Ask learners to highlight the areas where they found the answers to the reading comprehension questions. Classroom Considerations.