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When using phonics skills, a student is accessing a learned association between a printed letter or letters and the associated sounds. For example, the letter d is associated with the first sound in dog. Consider that letter d, however, in the word walked, when it is produced with the /t/ sound in the past tense -ed ending. Use this fun game with students to practice discriminating, saying, and reading the -s and -es endings.