Spelling list: Long /oo/ spelled oo

The most common way of spelling the long /oo/ sound is to use the letters oo. This list has some more examples.

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loose The wire on the plug is loose.
moose A moose is a large brown deer.
noose The Scout tied the rope in a noose.
goose There were lots of ducks but only one goose.
doodle The artist was bored so she drew a quick doodle.
poodle Her first dog was a poodle.
baboon A baboon has a nose like a dog.
racoon The camp was ambushed by a wild racoon.
balloon The family took a ride in a hot-air balloon.
cartoon When they got home from school the kids watched a cartoon.
lagoon We swam in the warm water of the lagoon.
monsoon There may be floods in the monsoon season.
bamboo The panda loves to eat bamboo.
kangaroo Did you see a kangaroo during your visit to Australia?
shampoo Remember to wash your hair with shampoo.
tattoo He disliked his new tattoo.

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Learn about these words in Unit 13. Spelling choices for /oo/ sound: oo, ou


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