phonics r sound story:
Danny was playing in the jungle. the boy was playing alone with a ball. accidentally he kicked the ball faraway. So, he ran to catch it. He ran faster and faster and when he came close, he heard a loud sound “rrrrrrrrrrr”. he was so afraid. It was actually his friends who were doing the sound. “hahahaha, we got you, James.
sound r video: How to pronounce the /r/ sound?
It may seem like an easy letter sound to make. Actually, this is one of the toughest sounds you have to teach to a child in phase two. The r sound is falsely thought of by foreigners, people who speak English as a foreign language, as a sound made by touching the upper area behind your tongue like when you pronounce t and d. In fact, this is not right as the r sound has a special treatment. You need to pull your tongue back a little inside your mouth. The sides of the tongue are touching the top teeth on both sides and the tip of the tongue is not touching anything. now you try to pronounce the r sound while you are trying to round the shape of your mouth.
Sound game: listen and mark true if you heard the sound /r/:
Tracing worksheet: write the letter /r/:
to trace the letter r you can see our: Free!- Printable Letter R r Tracing Worksheets
Read the following words:
Use our phonics phase 2 flashcards to practice some pronunciation activities with your kid:
- First level: Make combinations of the flashcards below and let the child recognize which letters are making the sound /r/.
- Advanced level: Let the child assemble the words below by himself. keep telling him the pronunciation of the word until he can make the combination alone.
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