Review of how to form “st”: The sounds “s” and “t” make up this consonant blend. Begin by smiling and placing the front of your tongue close to the roof of your mouth for “s” and ending with your tongue tip on the roof of your mouth for “t” and pushing air out, then stopping your voice.
Practice the following words.
Practice the following sentences.
The police officer will stop the traffic.
Watch your step!
I sat on a tree stump.
Don’t steal anything from that store.
My daughter still likes cartoons.
I forgot to put a stamp on my envelope.
She gave me a stick of gum.
We watched the football game at the stadium.
John is still a student.
That bee sting hurt.
Practice the following paragraph. Mary’s parents took her for a hike in the woods. They told her to watch her step because there were lots of bees near the tree stump. A bee sting is painful, and Mary’s parents didn’t want her to get hurt. Mary enjoyed walking along the trail with her walking stick. She often stopped to watch the forest animals she saw. Mary stayed close to her parents so she wouldn’t get lost. With a bad sense of direction, she couldn’t find her way out of a paper bag.
Idiom: when someone can’t find their way out of a paper bag Definition: when someone who gets lost very easily
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