Children quickly learn the short and long vowels sounds as they sing and point to the comical illustrations in Oh, Do You Know?
Examples: When children sing, "Oh, do you know the short a sound?", they can point to cats, apples, ants, an ax, a hat, and a basket. For long a, they find Amos, a radio, a May calendar, a table, a cake, maple syrup, grapes, and plates. Once children become aware of the vowel sounds in words, they can draw their own short and long vowel pictures or create interesting vowel collages from magazine cut-outs. Take a look inside the book and listen to the song
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