3. Consonant Blends: beginning and ending blends

~Consonant blends

Consonant blends= when 2 consonant sounds are said together, those are called blends.

If you can say and read all of the one letter consonant sounds, you can now practice putting 2 consonants together into consonant blends.

 

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There are some consonant blends below.

The first page of consonant blends are blends at the end of words.

The next page of consonant blends are blends at the beginning of words.

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Please practice:
say each of the 2 letter sound blends by itself, not in words
(if you forget a sound, look at the mouth pictures)
say each of  the blends in the word that is under that blend.
( it’s okay if you don’t know what the words mean )

Practice again and again and again.

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English consonant mouth and lips sounds for consonants

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(the progression for these sounds was based on the a sequence from Hooked on Phonics, a program that can be ordered on the internet)

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 2 letter consonant blends at the end of words

english consonant blends ending blends one page

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(it’s okay if you don’t know what these words mean. This page is for practice saying the blends and for reading the words with these blends in them. You will learn the meanings later.)

english  words ending blends

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2 letter consonant blends at the beginning of words

english consonant blends beginning larger

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Words with consonant blends at the beginning of words

(it’s okay if you don’t know what these words mean. This page is for practice saying the blends and for reading the words with these blends in them. You will learn the meanings later.)

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english consonant blends words beginning blends

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both pages together: ending blends and beginning blends

~english consonant blends both end and beginning one page

Consonant blends at beginning and end of words

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