Irregular Ood and Irregular Oon

Two O’s next to each other do not produce the Long Vowel O sound. Instead they have a completely new sound.

About Irregular Ood and Irregular Oon

Two O’s next to each other do not produce the Long Vowel O sound. Instead they have a completely new sound.

The “oo” pattern makes a unique sound. The sound addressed in this video is “oo” sound in ood and oon words like: Food, Mood, Moon, Noon, Soon, and Toon.

To practice the Ood and Oon Sounds there are stories for your child to read in the Practice Reading Book 3 that correlate with the Ood and Oon words addressed in the video (Practice Reading Book Step 3 Ood Pages: 70-72 Oon Pages: 73-75).

For additional practice, there are printable Ood and Oon Flashcards. With these Flashcards your child builds various Ood and Oon Words (Non-Traditional Ood and Oon Flashcards).

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