In these lessons we are practicing syllables with more than one consonant sound. Remember to blend the sounds from left to right. Please return to Lesson 5 (Here) if you forget the sounds a letter makes.
These are open syllables, which mean they end in a vowel and will make their long sound. Remember in previous lessons that 'e, i, or y' before 'c' and 'g' may make a softer /s/ or /j/ sound. But in this lesson, there is an 'l' before the vowels, so 'c' and 'g' will not be affected. Here, 'c' and 'g' make their 'hard' /k/ and /g/ sounds.
Wonderful job! Please go to the next phonics lesson.