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Match the Given Pictures to the Words of EE Words

Sep 3, 2022
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Match the given pictures to the ‘ee’ words. 

Match the given pictures to the ‘ee’ words

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Match the given pictures to the ‘ee’ words - Answers

Highlight the ‘ee’ words from the sentence and match the sentences with the appropriate images 

Highlight the 'ee' words from the sentence and match the sentences with the appropriate images

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Let’s highlight the ee words 

  • The sheep is hungry. 
  • The bike has two wheels. 
  • He has a green car. 

Let us match the sentences with the right picture 

Highlight the 'ee' words from the sentence and match the sentences with the appropriate images - Answers

Match the pictures and ‘ee’ words 

Match the pictures and 'ee' words 

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Match the pictures and 'ee' words - Answers
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