Word Formulation. Visual: Spoken: Meaning: Spell the word first: w - i - n - d The trainer pronounces the whole word: wind Then repeat the word: wind

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1 Spell the word first: w - i - n - d The trainer pronounces the whole word: wind Then repeat the word: wind air in natural motion. Plural: winds The wind blew my hat right off! The wind came along with the storm. A hurricane has extremely strong winds! A gust of wind rustled the trees. A cool wind on a hot day feels good. We rode our bikes against the wind. The wind blew our ball down the street. We always get more wind before a storm. My fan generates a wind in my room. The rain went sideways with the wind.

2 Spell the word first: w - i - n - d - o - w The trainer pronounces the whole word: window Then repeat the word: window an opening in the wall of a building, used to allow in light and air. Plural: windows He peeked out the window at the storm. We put the candle in the window. She hung pink curtains at her windows. Mom set the pie next to the window. A bird flew into my bedroom window! I look at the stars through the window. Do you lock your windows? I have only one window in my room. In the winter months, we close our windows.

3 Spell the word first: w - i - t - c - h The trainer pronounces the whole word: witch Then repeat the word: witch a person who practices magic or possesses magic powers. Plural: witches The witch cast a spell on the princess. A witch can be good or bad. She dressed as a witch for Halloween. The witch wore a pointed black hat. The good witch always defeats the bad. Three witches stirred the boiling pot. The witch tried to scare the children. The sweet witch helped those in need. The old dirty witch had a big wart on her nose! The mean witch flew off on her broomstick!

4 Spell the word first: w - o - l - f The trainer pronounces the whole word: wolf Then repeat the word: wolf a type of wild animal of the dog family. Plural: wolves There was a wolf lurking in the woods. Wolves strikingly resemble dogs. The wolf sneaked right up behind me! Wolves usually hunt in packs. The howl of a wolf can be a scary sound. Have you ever been near a wolf? Wolves pull sleds for racing in Alaska. A wolf ran by our camp in the woods. Wild wolves are all over the mountains. We could hear the wolves howling at the moon.

5 Spell the word first: x - r - a - y The trainer pronounces the whole word: x-ray Then repeat the word: x-ray a form of electromagnetic radiation. Plural: x-rays I had two x-rays done on my foot. Have you ever had an x-ray? The doctor read her x-ray on the screen. He took x-rays of her leg. She had an x-ray on her broken finger. An x-ray shows your bones on a screen. The doctor looked over his x-ray. My brother got an x-ray done today. Getting an x-ray does not hurt. When he broke his arm, they gave him an x-ray.

6 Spell the word first: y - e - a - r The trainer pronounces the whole word: year Then repeat the word: year a period consisting of 365 days. Plural: years She has been teaching for two years. In what year were you born? We had a party to welcome the new year! Last year seemed to last forever. My daughter is five years old. I hope I live to be over 100 years old! She grew three inches taller this year. He is in his last year of school. We use a calendar to track the day of the year. Christmas is a special time of year.

7 Spell the word first: z - e - b - r - a The trainer pronounces the whole word: zebra Then repeat the word: zebra any of several fast black-and-white striped African equines. Plural: zebras There are wild zebras in Africa. Did you see the zebras at the zoo? I got to pet a zebra once! Zebras are part of the horse family. They brought zebras to the county fair. You cannot own a zebra as a pet. Zebras are beautiful to watch. There was a herd of zebras near the lake. A zebra came right up to our car! Two zebras were playing together in the field.

8 Spell the word first: z - i - p - p - e - r The trainer pronounces the whole word: zipper Then repeat the word: zipper a fastener for locking together two toothed edges. Plural: zippers My pants use a zipper to close. I closed the bag with a zipper. Grandma helped me fix my zipper. Her purse has a ton of zippers. Do you like zippers or buttons better? I need a new zipper for my bag. I closed the zipper on my winter coat. He broke the zipper on his jeans. She forgot to shut the zipper on her purse. We stuffed the bag so full, the zipper would not close.

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