Skill: Spelling/ reading pattern (aw, au, al, all)

The letters (aw, au) have the same sound as short (o).

The sound of (al) varies. It has either the short (o) sound as in talk,
or may include the sound of “l” as in salt.

(all) has a short (o) sound plus “l” as in ball.

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Read the words in the columns (aw, au, al, all)

awful applause almost all
claw August alright ball
crawl Austin also call
draw author always fall
jaw because chalk hall
law fault malt mall
lawn haul salt small
paw Paul stalk stall
raw sauce talk tall
yawn sausage walk wall

 

Can you think of some other words that have these
(aw, au, al, all) spelling patterns? Write them.

 

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Dictation/Spelling Practice for (aw, au, al, all) words

 

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Read these sentences.

 

Write two or more original sentences. Please include one or more words with the spelling/reading pattern (aw, au, al, all) in each of your sentences. Your writing should reflect good penmanship, proper spacing and correct usage of upper and lower case letters. Remember all sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a period (.), question mark (?), or an exclamation point (!).

 

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Please illustrate your favorite sentence.