Lesson 13


Phonics- Complex Syllables

These are open syllables, which mean they end in a vowel and will make their long sound. 

pra

tra

wra

cha

sha

ska

tha

tha

pre

tre

wre

che

she

ske

the

the

pri

tri

wri

chi

shi

ski

thi

thi

pro

tro

wro

cho

sho

sko

tho

tho

pru

tru

wru

chu

shu

sku

thu

thu

pry

try

wry

chy

shy

sky

thy

thy

(* 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! )

Next Steps

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Lesson 13- Syllables