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How many phonemes are there?

How many phonemes are there?

There are 44* phonemes in the English language, that is, there are 44 different sounds that make up all English words.Many phonemes have more than one grapheme, that is, they...

What is the difference between a consonant blend and a consonant digraph?

What is the difference between a consonant blen...

A consonant digraph contains two letters but only makes one sound: the digraph sh makes the sound /sh/. Other common consonant digraphs are sh, ch, wh, th, ck. A blend...

How to teach r-controlled vowels

How to teach r-controlled vowels

What are r-controlled vowels?An r-controlled vowel is simply a vowel that is followed by an r, like the ar in smart, the ir in girl. The r affects the sound...

Common endings: ang, ing, ong, ung

Common endings: ang, ing, ong, ung

Overview Sometimes, you have to remember to say the letters at the end of a word differently. You say all the letter sounds, but in a faster and stickier way,...

Common digraphs: sh, ch, th, wh, ck

Common digraphs: sh, ch, th, wh, ck

Overview When two letters come together to make one sound, they are called a digraph. Download our Common Digraphs: sh, ch, th, wh, ck activity below. This activity outlines common consonant digraphs,...

Lowercase and uppercase letters

Lowercase and uppercase letters

overview Each letter in the alphabet can be lowercase or uppercase. Uppercase letters are also called capital letters. Download our Lowercase letters alphabet chart and Uppercase letters alphabet chart below. These alphabet charts introduce...