Digraphs are formed when two letters come together to make one sound. Some vowel digraphs are essential in building literacy skills through phonics. This phonics game reviews the vowel digraph /oa/ which makes the ‘long o’ sound. It can be heard in words such as toad, boat, goat, coat. It is a good digraph to learn because it frequently occurs in many words. As such, kids can learn to recognise and read many words with the vowel digraph /oa/.
Let's play a fun phonics game to practice the vowel digraph /oa/! Do you know what a digraph is? It's when two letters come together to make one sound. And the /oa/ digraph makes the "long o" sound.
In this game, you'll get to practice words like toad, boat, goat, and coat. These words have the /oa/ digraph in them, and it's important to know because it occurs in so many words! By mastering the /oa/ sound, you'll be able to read and recognize even more words.
Are you ready to give it a try? Get ready to hear the words and match them to the correct pictures. You'll be a pro at the /oa/ digraph in no time! Remember, phonics is a fun way to learn to read and write. Let's get started!