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Phonogram Words

Phonograms

Phonograms are exceptions to the pure phonetic words. Here are word lists that contain phonogram words. These lists can be used for reading, writing and spelling exercises.

4 and 5 year old children can handle double consonants, such as ck, ss, ff, and so on. Also, ing words can be introduced. You can easily introduce these words if they describe something that is a part of your child's environment.

-ing- words

-ll-

Challenge Words

-ff-

Extra Challenge Words

-silent e and long a-

Challenge Words

-ai- (long a)

Challenge Words

-ay-(long a)

Challenge Words

-ea-(long e)

Challenge Words

-ee-(long e)

Challenge Words

-ie-(long e)

-ey-(long e)

 

-y-(long e)

Challenge words

 

-i-(short i)

Challenge words

-i-e (silent e, long i)

Challenge words

-igh-

Challenge Words

-y (long i)

 

 

Challenge Words

-o-e (long o and silent e)

Challenge Words

-oa-(long o)

Challenge Words

 

-o-(long o)

 

Challenge Words

 

-ow-(long o)

 

-u...e-

 

Challenge Words

 

 

-ew-

 

Challenge Words

 

 

-ue-

 

Challenge Words

 

-ck-(you can introduce these as phonetic words with "a different spelling")

 

Challenge Words

 

-sh-

 

-qu-

 

-th-

 

-ea-

 

-le-

 

-o-

 

-er-

 

-ir-

 

-ur-

 

-or-

 

-ch-

 

-ch-

 

-ow-

 

-ou-

 

-al-

 

-all-

 

-oi-

 

-oy-

 

-soft c-

 

-soft g-

 

-tion-

 

-sion-

 

-oo-

 

-a-

 

-ar-

 

-silent b-

 

-silent d-

 

-silent g-

 

-silent h-

 

-silent k-

 

-silent t-

 

-silent w-

 

-ar-

 

-au-

 

-aw-

 

-oo-

 

-ture-

 

-are-

 

-air-


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