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The Two Voices of the ow Spelling Pattern
|Grades||3 – 5|
|Lesson Plan Type||Standard Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Five 30-minute sessions; easily adapted to use in learning center or as partner activities|
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY
- At least one computer with Internet access
- Blank index cards
- Chart paper
- Copies of the nursery rhyme "Little Boy Blue"
- One notebook for each student
Prepare a set of eight index cards for each pair of students. Each card in the set displays a single word. Four cards contain ow words that have the same /ow/ sound as low. Four cards contain ow words that have the same /ow/ sound as wow. The following list of words can be used:
LOW WOW row cow flow now throw how crow brown low frown know towel mow owl shadow crown