Voiced and Unvoiced Consonants

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This set includes:

  • A handout illustrating the difference between voiced and unvoiced consonants.
  • A worksheet for two sounds of s: the letter s after an unvoiced consonant, often = /s/, after a voiced consonant, often = /z/.
  • A worksheet for the three sounds of suffix -ed: after a voiced consonant, -ed often makes the sound of /d/ as in "jailed." After an unvoiced consonant, it often makes the sound of /t/ as in "walked." A third sound, /id/ is made after the voiced consonant d as in "needed" and the unvoiced consonant t as in "wanted."
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