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19 Which word has the same vowel sound as the word cook? A ࠗ hop A fought ࠗ ࠗ B had ࠗ B school C ࠗ head C ࠗ book ࠗ D hip ࠗ D cake 18 Which word has the same vowel sound as the word bright? 20 Which word has the same vowel sound as the word cream? ) 37 This page intentionally left blank. CHAPTER 6 Spelling and add es (as in cities). By this age, your third grader should be using multisyllable and irregularly spelled words in her daily writing. Most third graders also should be able to find spelling errors, which is a more complicated skill than simply memorizing spelling words.

If he can’t match the consonant with any word pattern in his hand, he puts the consonant card back on the bottom of the deck, and play continues to his left. jail gym got Questions may attempt to distract the child with similar sounds, which might have tripped up younger students. By third grade, however, students should be able to identify beginning and ending sounds, which will enable them to choose the correct answer from similar-sounding choices. Computer Games. To help your child sound out words, try Kid Phonics 2 (Davidson & Associates), designed for children aged six through nine; Schoolhouse Rock (Creative Wonders); Word Munchers Deluxe (MECC/Softkey); and Phonics Alive and Phonics Alive 2 (Scholastic).

They are also expanding their use of capital letters and using them correctly with some consistency. The third-grade curriculum in most schools focuses on the use of capital letters in a wide variety of situations, including the first letter of sentences, proper names, initials within a name, the beginning of a sentence within a quote, and the salutation of a letter. By capitalizing and punctuating correctly, readers will be given a guideline to better understand your child’s writing. Punctuation is also an important skill taught thoroughly in third grade.

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