Skill: y, baby, /e/
Rule: When y comes at the end of a two-syllable word, it usually says /e/.
Examples: Nancy, puppy, silly
Story: "A Puppy for Bobby"
Last week, the students learned that y can also act as a vowel in a word or syllable and that when y comes at the end of a one-syllable word, it usually says /i/ (i.e. cry). This week, we are focusing on when y comes at the end of a two-syllable word and says /e/ (i.e. baby). Please continue to read daily at home and practice those red words. :-)