These are open syllables, which mean they end in a vowel and will make their long sound.
Remember in Lesson 1 that syllables with an 'e, i, or y' before 'c' and 'g' could make a softer /s/ or /j/ sound. In this lesson, there is an 'l' before the vowels, so 'c' and 'g' will not be affected, and make a /k/ and /g/ sound, respectively.
Wonderful job! Please go to the next phonics lesson.