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Basic Speller - Lesson 28- The Consonant Sound [ch]


Lesson Twenty-eight

The Consonant Sound [ch]

1. You can hear the sound [ch] at the beginning and at the end of church.

Underline the letters that spell the sound [ch] in each of these words. Sometimes [ch] is spelled <ch>, sometimes <tch>, and sometimes <t>:

& \text{chair} && \text{children} && \text{touch} &&  \text{century} \\ & \text{each} && \text{nature} && \text{kitchen} && \text{which} \\ & \text{picture} && \text{catch} && \text{lunch} && \text{feature}

2. In these twelve words

Spelling #1: [ch] is spelled _______ six times;

Spelling #2: [ch] is spelled _______ four times;

Spelling #3: [ch] is spelled _______ twice.

3. Sort the twelve words into these three groups:

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4. Three ways of spelling [ch] are _______, _______, and _______.

5. Here are some words you worked with in the last lesson:

&\text{fatter} && \text{hardest} && \text{kinder} && \text{numbers} \\ & \text{opening} && \text{water} && \text{system} && \text{spotter} \\ & \text{started} && \text{simple} && \text{country} && \text{zipper} \\ & \text{stopping} && \text{ribbon} && \text{bubble} && \text{suddenly} \\ & \text{middle} && \text{beginner} && \text{around} && \text{children}

Sort the words into these groups. Be careful! Some words go into more than one group:

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