Phonics | Identifying and Combining Sounds to Create Words

Welcome to class!


In today’s class, we will discuss Phonics III, where we’re going to learn more about identifying and combining sounds to create words. I am trusting that you are going to enjoy the class!

Phonics | Identifying and Combining Sounds to Create Words


Identifying Familiar Sounds:

Identifying Familiar sounds

We’re going to listen carefully to sounds in words and see how they can change. Just like magic! 🎩 Let’s look at some


House and mouse: Do you hear the same sound at the end? Yes, it’s the sound “ouse”! 🏠🐭

Try and fry: Do they have something in common? Yes, the sound “ry”! Give it a try! 🔍🍳

Cat, bat, and hat: Can you hear the sound that’s the same? It’s the “at” sound! 🐱🦇🎩

Combining Sounds for Words:

Combining Sounds for words

Now, we’re going to mix sounds together to make new words! It’s like putting puzzle pieces together. 🧩 

Let’s see some examples:

Tonight: We can make this word by combining the sounds “to” and “night.” Just like “to” + “night” = “tonight”! 🌙🌟

Into: This word is made by joining the sounds “in” and “to.” “In” + “to” = “into”! It’s like going inside! 🚶‍♀️🔍

Funny: Guess what? “Fun” + “ny” = “funny”! The sounds “fun” and “ny” make a new word! 🤪🎉


Remember, you’re becoming word wizards! You can listen to sounds and put them together to create awesome words. Keep practicing, and soon you’ll be able to read lots of words! 📚🔠


I want you to come up with five different words, and combine them to make new sounds.

We have come to the end of today’s class. We hope you enjoyed the class.

In our next class, we will be talking in detail about Phonics IV

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