Pronunciation >> Pronunciation Materials >> Your students will have to look carefully at the vowel sounds that are found in each of these words and put words with an identical phoneme together.

Pronunciation Dominoes

As in normal dominoes, like pairs must be put together. So, for example, 'ouch' can be put next to 'couch'. Cut these strips across so that each dominoe has two words on it - one at either end.

The three phonemes practiced here are:

Took Moon
House Look
Put House
Lunar Now
Ouch! Book
Too Crouch
Wooden Power
Lose Would
Soon Tower
Couldn't Do
Louse Soot
Looking Use
Wound Womb
Tomb Loose Premium

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