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Between the Lions: "Double e, ee" This song teaches students how to pronounce the double "e" "ee" sound and gives plenty of examples of words that contain the sound.
Password forgot password? Sergeant Mark orders vowel letterhead "O" to state his long and short sounds. Subscribe to our newsletter.
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This clip explains how to pronounce the letters, "p" and "h" when they are next to each other in a word. Between the Lions: It's a p-h! Remember me.
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The "re" people come to the rescue and rezip the bag to prevent the rhinos from continuing to ruin Monica's picnic. ClassHook uses the latest in artificial intelligence to understand the contents of its clips.
Between the Lions: Homophones Song Cleo the Lion and Brian McKnight sing a song about homophones, two words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have a different meaning. up today!
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Between the Lions: Q Without U This song teaches students about the letters, "q" and "u. You can use In-Video Search to search within videos for objects, settings, attire, and more.
They integrate common homophones in the song and use them within a context to make it possible to infer their meaning. Between the Lions: Gawain's Word: "Scratch" Sir Scr and Sir Atch charge each other at high speed and collide to create the word, "scratch.
Address. This song explains how to pronounce two consecutive vowels in a word.
This song teaches students how to read and pronounce words ending in "at. He also asks the letterhead to state his sound when used in the words, "not" and "note.
Why does the letter q almost always need the letter u?
It uses visuals to illustrate the emphasis on the vowels. Monica zips the rhinos in a bag because they are ruining her picnic, and the evil "un" people unzip the bag. Search for clips.