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# 1.12: Lesson Twelve

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## The Consonant Sound [p]

1. Underline the letter that spells [p] in the word perfect.

2. Underline the letter that spells [b] in the word behind.

3. Underline the letter that spells [t] in itself.

4. Underline the letter that spells [d] in wonderful.

5. Underline the letter that spells [k] in quiet.

6. Underline the letter that spells [g] in government.

7. In perfect and pop the sound [p] is spelled $<\text{p}>$. But in many words [p] is spelled <pp>. Underline the letters that spell [p] in the following words:

$& \text{open} && \text{appear} && \text{spaghetti} && \text{purple} \\& \text{puppies} && \text{picture} && \text{perfect} && \text{apple} \\& \text{helicopter} && \text{people} && \text{stopped} && \text{important} \\& \text{prevent} && \text{places} && \text{upon} && \text{zipper}$

8. Now sort the words into these two groups. Be careful! One word goes into both groups:

9. Two ways of spelling [p] are _______ and _______.

Watch the Middles! Fill in the blanks. Remember that as you read and write the word parts, you should spell them out to yourself, letter by letter.

## Subjects:

1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5

## Date Created:

Feb 23, 2012

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