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  1. Wilson Reading System Substep 2.2 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School

  2. Goal To learn the difference between a blend and a digraph

  3. Part 1Sound Cards Quick Drill

  4. Welded Sounds • Welded sounds are green sound cards. • The three letters have individual sounds, but they are welded together and difficult to separate • To tap this out, use three fingers tapping together at the same time.

  5. ang fang ang ang

  6. ing ring ing ing

  7. ong song ong ong

  8. ung lung ung ung

  9. ank bank ank ank

  10. ink pink ink ink

  11. onk honk onk onk

  12. unk junk unk unk

  13. Part 2Teach and Review Concepts for Reading

  14. digraphs Consonants ‘stick together’ to form one sound, even though there are two letters. That is why they are on one card. They are not separated.

  15. Chicken Letter qu Q is the chicken letter- it refuses to go anywhere without its friend, u. It is never in a word alone. The u in this situation has no vowel sound. Qu is a digraph as well.

  16. th thumb /th/ th

  17. ch chin /ch/ ch

  18. sh ship /sh/ sh

  19. wh whistle /w/ wh

  20. ck sock /k/ ck

  21. Blends VS Digraphs sh i p s l i p

  22. Blends VS Digraphs • Ship gets 3 taps • Slip gets four sounds because s and l have their own sound. That is why s and l have their own cards. • These sounds can be pulled apart but the consonants blend together nicely.

  23. Digraph Blend l u n ch sh r e d

  24. Part 3Wordcards

  25. Part 4Wordlist Reading

  26. sent

  27. lend

  28. pest

  29. crib

  30. jump

  31. last

  32. raft

  33. grip

  34. flop

  35. stuck

  36. grin

  37. sand

  38. trot

  39. rest

  40. step

  41. drag

  42. past

  43. dump

  44. must

  45. drop

  46. pond

  47. bent

  48. bend

  49. dent

  50. stub