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Good Night, Wyley Ely contrasts the consonant and vowel y's throughout this bedtime routine story. Mr. Y is the consonant who is so tired he yawns a /y/ sound throughout the story. Help the children make a “y” shape with their hands and cover their mouths as they yawn the /y/ sound. Wylie Ely giggles long /e/ when his letter y is at the end of a word. Look at his cheeks. He also can make the /i/ sound in a few words such as “try” or “fly.” Yawn through the story as Mr. Y tries to help Wyley Ely wake up and get ready for bedtime, and giggle with Wyley Ely joyfully, happily, and merrily until you discover the surprise at the end of the book. Help children think of their own words that end in the giggly y sound or begin with the yawning y sound.