These are open syllables, which mean they end in a vowel and will make their long sound.
(* Reminder: the syllable 'ski' should be pronounced with a long 'i' sound, because we are practicing syllables, and not words. The letters 't' and 'h,' when put together, can make a soft, voiceless sound like the first part of the word, "think." They can also make a voiced sound like the first part of the word, "that." Got it? Of course you do, you genius, you! )
Wonderful job! Please go to the next phonics lesson.