When readers look at the letters in an unfamiliar word, they need to recall the corresponding sounds. Conversely, when writers think of sounds in a word they wish to write, they need to recall the corresponding letters. The playful shopping antics in What's That Sound?
may elicit giggles as children build letter/sound matching skills with familiar grocery items. Children can point to appropriate items (ex. bread, doughnuts, and flour for the sounds of b, d, and f) as they sing along. Take a look inside the book and listen to the song
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