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Phonograms and Vowel Chart

These are phonics symbols that we cover in class. The kids are expected to have mastered these sounds by the end of the year. You will find an interpretation of the accented vowel sounds at the bottom of the page. The th with the line through it is the th sound as in the word "those."

Phonogram Associated Sounds
shsh
thth,
eeē the double e
owow, ō
ouow, ō, , ŭ
oo, , ō
ayā at the end of the word
oyoy at the end of the word
arar
erer as in her the easy er
chch, k, sh
ngng
eaē, ĕ, ā
awaw at the end of the word
orōr
ckk two letter k after one short vowel
whwh
eded, d, t puts a word in the past
aiī in the middle of the word
oioi in the middle of the word
ew, ū that starts with an e
ue, ū that ends with an e
ui
eyē, ā at the end of the word
auaw in the middle of the word
nkngk
oaō
eiē, ā in the middle of the word
ieē, ī but its spelled ie
ighī the three letter I
eighā the four letter a
knn used only at the beginning of the word
gnn used at either the beginning or the end of the word
wrr the two letter r
ghg, f and sometimes it is silent
oeō
phf the two letter f
dgej the three letter j after one short vowel
tish used at the beginning of the 2nd or 3rd syllable
sish, zh used at the beginning of the 2nd or 3rd syllable
cish used at the beginning of the 2nd or 3rd syllable- the special sh
oughtawt

 
ir 
ur 
worHer first nurse works early
ear 

 

VOWEL CODE
Symbol Corresponding Sound
ă ā at, baby, father
ĕ ē   enter, we
ĭ ī   in, final
ŏ ō not, so, to
ǔ ū up, use, push

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