Last week we started looking at split digraphs, beginning with 'i_e' and 'e_e'. This week we're going to look at the remaining 3 - 'a_e', 'o_e' and 'u_e'. Dont forget that 'u_e' can make the 'yoo' sound (phoneme) as well as the 'oo' phoneme, in the same way as 'ue' does. Use the ideas that are on the previous page, along with the games on Phonics Play and ICT games.
Have a go at reading these words with the 'a_e' grapheme in them:
Now have a go at reading these words with the 'o_e' grapheme in them:
Finally, what about these words with the 'u_e' grapheme (2 sounds):
Now have a go at learning these spellings:
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