I was introduced to this tongue-twister by my friend Carol Edwards. You start with an outstretched palm (the bread), and use the other hand as a pretend knife to spread the butter, jam, and jelly. Then, we say this (as I put each piece on the board):
Spread it thick, say it quick!
I use it as another opportunity to put words on my flannelboards:
We say it again a little faster, ending wtih: “spread it thicker, say it quicker!”
And again, ending with: “now repeat it, while you eat it!” (pretend to eat your sandwich)
And finally, slowly, like you have a mouthful of food:
Yum! (rub your tummy!)
Here’s a template of my bread, butter and jar shapes if you’d like to use them: Bread/Butter/JellyJar
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