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First Words with Vowel Digraphs

 

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This section contains words with vowel digraphs like the AI in rain, the OA in boat, the EA in peach, the EE in feet, and the OO in moon.

 

Words with Vowel Digraph AI:

   chain     pail     rain     tail

 

Words with Vowel Digraph EA:

    leaf     peach     seal     tea     teach     team

 

Words with Vowel Digraph EE:

    bee     feet     queen     seed     sheep     tree

 

Words with Vowel Digraph OA:

    boat     goat     road     toad

 

Sample Worksheet for Vowel Digraph Spelling

Words with Vowel Digraph OO:

    food     moon     pool     roof     tool

 

 

Other resources that go with these words include: First Words, First Verbs, First Colors, First Numbers, Consonant Digraphs, Long Vowels and First Words Reading Lists,

 

Also see: First Christmas Words, First Halloween Words, First Numbers, First Colors, and First Verbs.

If you find these teaching resources useful, you might also find the following resources useful:

The ABC flashcards: These ABC flashcards were made from clay. They can be used to teach capital letters. 

Little Letters Tracing Sheets: Learn the little letters with simple tracing sheets.

The Phonics Worksheets: Worksheets for teaching phonics. 

The Alphabet Mazes: 5 mazes to teach capital and small letters.

The Young Learner Worksheets: Simple sentences patterns and vocabulary worksheets. 

Connect the Dots: More ABC worksheets.

Initial Sounds Worksheets: Plenty of worksheets covering the initial sounds of words.

Vowel Combination Phonics Worksheets: Worksheets that highlight vowel combination patterns such as 'ai', 'oa', 'ay', and 'ow'.

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