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Basic Speller - Lesson 29 - The Consonant Sound [sh]


Lesson Twenty-nine

The Consonant Sound [sh]

1. You can hear the sound [sh] at the beginning and end of shush.

Underline the letters that spell [sh]. Sometimes it is spelled <sh>, sometimes <t>, sometimes <c>, sometimes <\text{s}>:

& \text{nation} && \text{publisher} && \text{sheep} && \text{fresh} \\ & \text{ocean} && \text{prevention} && \text{sure} && \text{station} \\ & \text{should} && \text{opposition} && \text{shipment} && \text{fishing}

2. In these twelve words

Spelling #1: the sound [sh] is spelled _______ in six words;

Spelling #2: the sound [sh] is spelled _______ in four words;

Spelling #3: the sound [sh] is spelled _______ in one word;

Spelling #4: the sound [sh] is spelled _______ in one word.

3. Now sort the twelve words into these four groups:

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

5. Look at and listen to these words and then fill in the blanks:

& \text{again} && \text{could} && \text{just} && \text{dogging} \\ & \text{thin} && \text{magic} && \text{ghost} && \text{kicked} \\ & \text{bridge} && \text{according} && \text{school} && \text{judge}

Three ways of spelling [j] are _______, _______, and _______.

Three ways of spelling [g] are _______, _______, and _______.

Five ways of spelling [k] are _______, _______, _______, _______, and _______.

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