At our house, we call this the o-something-e rule.
That’s its official name.
That might not be as fancy as what other people call it, but it gets the job done.
The e on the end of these words is silent, it’s true, but the e communicates nonetheless — it tells us that o is making its long sound. In other words, o is saying its own name.
Here’s the binder card for this one:
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