Book 4 review Reading In Book 4 we learned the vowel sounds • a • e • i safe Pete pine /a/ /e/ /i/ • o /o/ home • u /u/ mule /u/ rule We learned that at the end of a v-e word or syllable keeps it’s mouth shut and reminds the vowel to say it’s name We learned how to read words with closed and v-c-e syllables reptile closed v-c-e We learned that 3 and 4 syllables can be combined to make longer words. Val en tine c c v-e Practice words fretjome (N) exclude landscape unbiscate (N) scrape infiltrate recognize chose rude draze (N) contribute Practice words conbrile (N) confiscate demonstrate filkipe (N) thrive infiltrate victimize grindstone broke rettume (N) gamesmanship We learned another z sound for s when s is in a v-e word: • /s/ snake • /s/ bugs • /s/ wise /s/ /z/ /z/ We learned there are exceptions to the v-e rule •give The vowel does not say it’s name even though it is a v-c-e syllable . volunteers to be at the end! hates to be at the end of a word. So e volunteers. give solve olive impulsive Sometimes the e does 2 jobs • Sharks live in the ocean. • We went to see a live band perform at the park. Practice words passive compulsive give impulsive olive captive Good Luck!!!