Luck and Look

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Part 1: Recognition: Number 1 to 6. I’ll say 3 words, which one is different (1,2, or 3)

Example: Luck – Luck – Look

1. cud – could – cud
2. putt – putt – put
3. took – tuck – took
4. shuck – shook – shook
5. stud – stud – stood
6. ruck – rook – rook

Part 2: Recognition: Which do you hear? I’ll say a word. Is it u or oo sound?

Example: Huck

1. snook
2. stood
3. tuck
4. huff
5. book
6. hook
7. putt
8. took

Part 3: Which do you hear?

1. a. Did they see that buck?
b. Did they see that book?

2. a. They tuck their clothes.
b. They took their clothes.

3. a. They usually putt the ball in.
b. They usually put the ball in.

4. a. The donkey huffed up the mountain.
b. The donkey hoofed up the mountain.

5. a. She usually has good luck.
b. She usually has good look.

6. a. They shuck the farmer’s corn.
b. They shook the farmer’s corn.

Part 4: Sentences to practice

1. They took turns reading a book in the back of the bus as the people in the front looked back at them.

2. Their car got stuck in the mud after the heavy rain. They couldn’t get it to move no matter how hard they tried. Luckily they were able to get some help.
 



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