Skill: Spelling/reading pattern long double
as heard in "moon"
This spelling/reading pattern (oo) has two sounds
long, and short.
The short sound of (oo) will be introduced in lesson # 47.
Read the words in these columns.
Sight words that have the same vowel sound.
Dictation/Spelling Practice for long double (oo) words
Read these sentences.
- Did you see the cool balloon at the zoo?
- The tile on the roof is loose.
- Bring a spoon to my classroom at noon.
- Did you lose your tooth at school?
- Can the root hold the plant in loose soil?
- Which balloon did you choose?
- Oh gloom, I must clean my room by noon.
- The water in the pool is cool.
- My tooth is too loose; I will lose it soon.
- I gave my pooch a cool smooch.
- Do gooseneck barnacles live in tidepools?
- I shampooed my poodle in the afternoon.
- Does the goofy spook have cooties?
- The school kids went to the tidepool.
Write one or two original sentences, include at least one word in each sentence that has the long double (oo) spelling pattern. Remember all sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a period (.), question mark (?), or exclamation point (!)
Please illustrate your favorite sentence on the back of the paper.