This language lesson is a continuation of ‘Long ‘A’ Sound Part 1′. It is designed for 6 to 12-year-old children to guide them about the long ‘A’ sound.

In this video, the child further learns about the long vowel sounds and more patterns that make a long ‘A’ sound, like ei, ea, etc. For example, weight, bear, apron, etc.

Invite the child to explore the different patterns and help them get a better understanding of the long vowel sound. Repeat this activity by asking the child to make different words of the English language using the vowel ‘A’ as shown in the video.

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