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The Consonant Sounds [m] and [n]

1. You can hear the sound [m] at the end of rum. You can hear the sound [n] at the end of run.

In the words below [m] is spelled <m> or <mm>; [n] is spelled <n>, <nn>, or <kn>. Underline the letters that spell [m] and [n]:

&\text{smallest} && \text{swimmer} && \text{never} && \text{planning}\\&\text{running} && \text{enough} && \text{music} && \text{drummed}\\&\text{done} && \text{dinner} && \text{know} && \text{mother}\\&\text{animal} && \text{summer} && \text{children} && \text{cannot}

2. Sort the sixteen words into these two groups:

3. Now sort the words that contain [m] into these two groups:

4. Sort the words that contain [n] into these three groups:

5. Two ways to spell [m] are _______ and _______. Three ways to spell [n] are _______, _______, and _______.

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