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READING
What's In Your Name?

Submitted by: Anonymous
Date Submitted: June 21, 2005

This is used to practice recognition of vowels and consonants.
The student worksheet is divided into 3 columns: word - vowel - consonant. Under the first column, students can write their name, a friend's name, sight words, number words, color words, etc. In the next column the student writes only the vowels found in their word. In the last column the student writes only the consonants found in their word.

Example: Andrew/ A e/ n d r w

   
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