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1 Letterland Lists by Unit Letterland List: Unit 1 New Tricky the is my on a Review cat nap mad hat sat Dad lap had at map The cat is on my lap. The cat had a nap. Letterland List: Unit 2 New Tricky the my is can jam back ran Sam sack Pam pack van am Review nap bat Dad lap Sam and Pam like jam. I like my backpack. Letterland List: Unit 3 New Tricky like and the my win big pick pin six thick with fix thin kick Review fan am pack mad jam sat This is a big hat. Pam likes to kick.

2 Letterland Word List: Unit 4 New Tricky they went top rock wish Mom shop got hop lock not hot Review sick thin back with van mix They went to the big rock. They got on the ship. Letterland List: Unit 5 New Tricky she do we wet then yes tell red yet hen get well when Review got shop sock fog ship wish kick thin Do we like pets? Yes! When did she get this shell? Letterland List: Unit 6 New Tricky two helps fun bug cubs hug run but ducks cut sun shut Review tell rock yes when hop jet dot six She has two ducks. She helps with the cubs.

3 Letterland List: Unit 7 New Tricky too me for chin has which chop hens quit such quack hops much Review shut hugs well locks duck cubs pet pick That cat is too quick for me. I cut my chin on the rocks. Letterland List: Unit 8 New Tricky many there zoo no so me I hi he my why she shy no go Review chin quick his yell chop has bed shock Why did so many kids go to the zoo? He and she can go there with me. Letterland List: Unit 9 New Tricky over see cannot ball path yes did all call tall him them wall Review he try socks hugs no why beds quit I can hit the ball over the wall. Did you see him fall in the hall?

4 New Tricky as have egg Letterland List: Unit 10 bell off will hiss puff huff miss pass doll sell Review ball then by thin oh shock walls quack she They will huff and puff as they go. The egg fell. It was a big mess. Letterland Word List: Unit 11 New Tricky what you down skip small spot spin sled slam swim step stuff snack Review still small fell pass stuff skin has thick What did you spill? We will sled down the hill. New Tricky said now our Letterland List: Unit 12 glad class black club clock fly plug flop flip cliff Review shut duck hugs cubs well pet locks pick Now our flag flaps on the hill. She said not to go up the cliff.

5 New Tricky under into Letterland List: Unit 13 grass grin press try truck drop trip brick cry frog Review glass stiff step much plug mess socks bell The frog hops over the grass. The crab runs under the truck. Letterland List: Unit 14 New Tricky now out under down hand end must send desk just went fast best ask Review trick flat drop spell frog glad skip hiss The ants ran about in the sand. The class went to see some big jets. Letterland List: Unit 15 New Tricky want along thank sang thing bank think song drink flying bring resting Review land snack trip went end must step drum We want to sing along with you. I think Dad is resting.

6 Letterland List: Unit 16 New Tricky where was very gave bag name tape plan made safe wag plate snake Review song sting thank thinking hand best dress grab Nate said, Where did you go? I was very late, said Kate. Letterland List: Unit 17 New Tricky would o clock your rope bike five hope write home ride close closing writing Review land snack trip went wing gave name drum Would you let me ride your bike? The shop will close at five o clock. Letterland Word List:Unit 18 New Tricky from her little cute nice page place use cage face racing chasing ice Review write home why resting close ride fly bend She got her cute little pup from me. We will race to the lake.

7 Letterland List: Unit 20 New Tricky our listen eat read neat left real dream melting team reach meaning Review keep sleep help while mine use size five I will eat with our team. We will listen while you read. Letterland Word List: Unit 21 New Tricky saw give wait day train tail play say paint staying afraid waiting Review meat read each real huge those hole race We saw a very fast train. Did you give her the mail? Letterland Word List: Unit 22 New Tricky could done are boat soap road low show grow know coat yellow float Review stay mail June way dream ice wait teach We are done with the boat. Could we float on these tubes?

8 Letterland Word List: Unit 23 New Tricky one lives night lie right tied tight pie light high might tries Review know soap follow away float reading mail mean One night I saw a big bat. Nate lives right down that road. Letterland Word List: Unit 24 New Tricky himself look wind kind old child climb most find hold mild both roll Review tight high tied below coach tail tray speak Look at the wind blowing the trees. Mr. I did not mind standing by himself. Letterland Word List: Unit 25 New Tricky how house put blue new true suit threw fruit drew juice few chewing Review kind told child both night tried show coat Their new house is just up the road. How do I put the lid on this juice?

9 Letterland Word List: Unit 26 New Tricky story work here funny easy tiny snowy puppy baby pretty sleepy lucky windy Review knew fruit true hold climb night tied show The story was about a baby bunny. Does that lady work here? Letterland Word List: Unit 27 New Tricky of wash friend waited played filled folded climbed mailed needed stayed rested showed Review pretty baby easy glue chewing mind roll show My friend showed me lots of maps. Matt loaded all the wash by himself. Letterland Word List: Unit 28 New Tricky out before took locked missed liked hoped fixed named wished reached raced closed Review needed cleaned folded waited happy tiny blue new He was locked out before we got there. He thanked us as he took the key.

10 Letterland Word List: Unit 29 New Tricky hello heard come car for morning farm yard storm large smart born starting Review closed named pretty locked waited tiny raced snowed She said hello this morning. I heard the truck come into the barn. Letterland Word List: Unit 30 New Tricky who words ever more door store floor pour four horse your before chore Review for morning hard dark rushed hoped chased painted Who said these words are hard? Did you ever ride a horse? Letterland Word List: Unit 31 New Tricky move warm bird girl burn shirt turning curly hurt first nurse thirsty Review north your storm card large few reach park That girl can move very fast. The birds are trying to keep warm.

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