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Word Recognition
Phonological Awareness
Language Comprehension
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Phonics Patterns

Decodable — Whit’s Bad Luck

Use this decodable text to give students practice reading closed-syllable words with the digraph 'wh'. For example, in the word what, the two letters 'w' and 'h' form one grapheme that represents the /w/ sound, the same as the consonant letter 'w'. To skillfully read this text, students should already know how to read closed-syllable words with all vowel sounds.

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