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Published on March 20th, 2014 | by GameMaker

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Ow for Owl – phoneme game


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Instructions: Read the definition and type the answer – all answers include the ow for owl phoneme.

Target Audience: Aimed at Primary 2, age 6-7, Active Literacy Stage 2

Purpose of the game: Revision of phoneme work

Questions in this literacy game include:

The colour of earth or clay.
To have lines on your forehead because you are angry or worried.
To make a deep, angry sound.
To bend forward to show respect.
A female animal kept by farmers for its milk.
A place with schools, shops and a lot of houses built near each other.
A big ring of gold or silver worn on the head by a king or queen.
The letters a, e, i, o and u.

If you are struggling, click the ‘more’ link below the game to see the answers included.

 

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