‘sp’, ‘st’, ‘sk’, ‘sn’
In your workbook at page 5, 1. Say and trace ‘sp’ and ‘st’. 2. Let’s read the funny sentences: Stand still! Don’t spill the honey on the spoons!
In your workbook at page 6, 1. Say and trace ‘sk’ and ‘sn’. 2. Let’s read the funny sentences: Look at the snake and the snail. They are skipping and skating in skirts.
In your workbook at page 7, 1. Listen and circle 1. sk/sp 2. sp/st 3. sk/sn 4. sk/st
Listen and write Listen and write sk sk • ___ate or ___ip • ___acks in the ___ow • ___in on the ___ot • ___icks and ___ones sn sn sp sp st st
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