This means combining sounds to make a word. With practice they will be able to blend the digraph as one sound in a word. Activity for ages 6 to 8. The last blends worksheet is challenging and has scrambled words.
Sounds in this family include: bl- (like blue and block), cl- (like clip and clam), fl- (like and drive), fr- (like flag and flute), gl- (like glue and glass), pl- (like plane and plate), and sl- (like sleep and sled). © Copyright 2013-2021, Jolly Reading. What sound can they hear at the beginning of the word? CH in the word “chair” and PH in the word “phone” are both examples of digraphs. Continue until all the blends have been used or each child has made an attempt at saying some word blends. This time emphasise the last sound as you say the word. Sing along with Jack Hartmann and learn about blends.LyricsWhat is a blend?What is a blend?Let's learn togetherWhat is a blend?A blend is two letters that begin wordsBut each letter sound can be heardLike b says /b/R says /r/Blend them together and you get brLike in:BrainBraveBringBreeze A blend is two letters that begin wordsBut each letter sound can be heardLike c says /c/R says /r/Blend them together and you get crLike inCrackerCrayonCropCreamA blend is two letters that begin wordsBut each letter sound can be heardLiked says /d/R says /r/Blend them together and you get drLike inDragonDreamDressDrumA blend is two letters that begin wordsBut each letter sound can be heardLike f says /f/R says /r/Blend them together and you get frLike inFreezeFreshFrogFruitWhat is a blend?What is a blend?Let's learn togetherWhat is a blend?Jack Hartmann's website: www.jackhartmann.comRemember to connect with Jack Hartmann on his Social Networks:Facebook: facebook.com/hop2itmusicPinterest: pinterest.com/jackhartmannYouTube: youtube.com/user/JackHartmannTwitter: twitter.com/Jack_HartmannGoogle+: goo.gl/GW7SPsYou can find Jack Hartmann's Music on:Jack Hartmann Website: jackhartmann.comiTunes: goo.gl/GeDJeJAmazon: goo.gl/Ei8C6BGoogle Play: goo.gl/doZpfSCD Baby: cdbaby.com/Artist/JackHartmann Leave a Comment / Uncategorized / By Admin. Each consonant retains its sound when blended. Instructions: Give each student a bingo card that is filled out with consonant blends. There are lists of suitable words in The Phonics Handbook and the Jolly Phonics Word Book. The consonant clusters thr, chr, phr, shr, are made up of a consonant digraph and a consonant. Oy!
Exceptions: The consonant blend sc can stand for the /sk/ sound as inscare or the /c/ can be silent as in science. two letters that begin words and each letter sound can be heard
Compare mishap (where both the s and h are sounded) and midship (which has the quite separate sh sound). If this is the case, go back to the KG1 section and follow the activities. Phonics Flashcards. The letters “sm” in small would be an example. 2 Phonics: 3 Letter Sounds: 4 Letter Names: 5 Words: 6 Letter Position: 7 Letter Repeats: 8 Two Letter Types: 9 Consonants: 10 Vowels: 11 Long and Short Vowels: …