Talking and Walking helps children learn to recognize and spell words that follow the rule, "When two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking." The target words follow a c-v-v-c (consonant-vowel-vowel-consonant) pattern where the first vowel is long and the second is silent. Characters in a camping story act out the rule in the course of their adventure. Once the children have become familiar with the long vowel words in this song, they can use the instrumental track to substitute their own c-v-v-c words. Examples: ea-bean, ee-peek, ai-mail, oa-goat. Take a look inside the book and listen to the song. Save on this book and others with one of our Book Collections or Literacy Center Collections.
Talking and Walking (ISBN 0-9720763-9-5)
- Product Code: KC6_RAS08
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