Irregular Oo/Ew/Who/Shoe

The Oo, Ew, Who and Shoe video explains a new sound.

About Irregular Oo/Ew/Who/Shoe

The Oo, Ew, Who and Shoe video explains a new sound.

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 like in the words: Moo, Boo, and Too.

The “ew” sound that this video teaches is the “ew” that makes the “oo” sound. Some examples of words with the “ew” sound are: Dew, New, and Drew.

The O in the words“who” and “shoe” also produces the “oo” sound.

To practice the Oo, Ew, Who and Shoe Sounds there are stories for your child to read in the Practice Reading Book 3 that correlate with the Oo, Ew, Who and Shoe words addressed in the video (Practice Reading Book 3 Oo Pages: 63-65, Ew/Who/Shoe Pages: 66-70).

For additional practice, there are printable Oo, Ew, Who and Shoe Flashcards. With these Flashcards your child builds various Oo and Ew Words and practice the Who and Shoe Words. (Non-Traditional Oo, Ew, Who and Shoe Flashcards).

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