Vowel digraphs are combination of vowels that combine to make a single vowel sound like the OA in boat, the AI in rain, the EE in feet, the EA in sea, and the OO in moon. (The digraphs AW, EW, OW, OU, and OO as in wood are covered in vowel digraphs unit 2). I usually teach vowel digraphs after teaching long vowel bossy E patterns, but it is not essential to follow this order. However, it is probably best if kids have a good grasp of CVC words and consonant digraphs before going onto vowel digraphs.
This set of 10 vowel digraph (teams) word sorts are the perfect engaging activity for students learning the different vowel spelling patterns. This set features sorts with oi/oy, au/aw, ai/ay, ee/ea, ou/ow, oa/ow, and more! Your kids will thoroughly enjoy these simply and easy to do word sorts with pictures and examples to help them grasp the concepts of vowel digraph spellings.
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