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How to make “skr”: The sounds “s”, “k”, and “r” make up this consonant blend. Begin by raising your tongue toward the roof of your mouth, then pulling your tongue back inside your mouth. End with your tongue raised high in the back of your mouth with the tip slightly curled back.
Practice these sentences. 1. Could you scratch my back? 2. We watched the ants scramble on the ground. 3. Children shouldn’t scream at the movies. 4. Did you hear the owl screech? 5. The scientists uncovered some ancient scrolls. 6. The little boy scribbled on the wall. 7. Our painter had to scrape off our old wallpaper. 8. My daughter has a new hair scrunchie. 9. The dog scratched his ear. 10. Anne screamed when she saw a mouse.
Practice this paragraph. Anne put her hair up using her new red scrunchie and went into the garden to plant some flowers. She barely scratched the soil with her trowel when she saw some ants scramble away to safety. As she stopped to watch them, she could hear an owl screeching in the distance. She loved living in the country and was given much praise for her beautiful garden. Anne was known throughout her town for her green thumb.
Idiom: green thumb Definition: ability to grow plants well
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