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Reading Bear: Short Vowel Lessons Review

Reading Bear presentations provide fantastic, visually-appealing, interactive practice opportunities in the area of phonics rules.
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Reading Bear presentations provide fantastic, visually-appealing, interactive practice opportunities in the area of phonics rules. This module features a review of words that contain the various short vowels. Links are available where students can hear an adult sound out words; try to sound out words on their own; experience audio flashcards; view silent flashcards; hear sentences read aloud; and read sentences silently.Students, parents, and teachers will love the multi-sensory options.

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