There's not a shred of doubt that our printable diphthong worksheets for grade 1 and grade 2 will strike a unique phonic chord with young learners. A diphthong is a vowel sound where the tongue glides or changes its position to produce the sound of two vowels. The word "diphthong" has its origin in Greek and means "two sounds". Although diphthongs are also called compound vowels, moving vowels, and gliding vowels, the name "diphthongs" is far ahead in popularity. Our exercise pdfs work well for kids to practice identifying, matching, and writing diphthongs. Try our free diphthong worksheets, and come back for more!
By studying and classifying diphthongs is how we articulate words. It's also how we ease into various accents. Look at the pictures; complete the "oi" and "oy" words. Check the oi pictures; circle the oy images.
Bring in the Christmas cheer with this coloring activity where the budding phonics stars read the words on each bauble, and color every instance with an "ew" sound. It's a diphthong party at its most vibrant.
Diphthongs are best identified by verifying if there's a vowel sound that's blending into another. In this 2nd grade pdf, complete each "ou" or "ow" word, and match it to the most appropriate picture.
In this part of our diphthong worksheets, observe each picture, guess its name, and look for two cards from the ones below to form the word. Glue the cards next to pictures; write the word in the blank.
Your phonics awareness rises from ordinary to exemplary with this printable diphthong chart! Define diphthongs; delight in a terrific diphthong treat stacked with vowel combinations that form gliding vowels.
Although there's difference of opinion among linguists about the number of diphthongs, nearly every expert agrees that "ow" is a diphthong. The task here is to fill in the blanks with the correct diphthongs from the box.
The key to master moving vowels is to watch the way the tongue changes position pronouncing them. Let the 1st grade kids color the flowers with "oi" sounds yellow and those with the "ou" sounds red.
Uttering the words to know how they sound is central to identifying diphthongs. In this pdf, look at the words and sort them as words with "ow" sound and words with no "ow" sound.
The process where our lips, teeth, and tongue join forces to produce the desired speech sound is just exciting. For each picture here, there are two sounds given. Color the correct sound and write the word.
The challenge with diphthongs lies in the production and adjustment of the vowel length. In this section of our diphthongs worksheets, look at each image and write a suitable diphthong word from the box.
Depending on their mother tongue, learners often tend to err similarly while uttering diphthongal sounds. Instruct grade 1 and grade 2 kids to complete the sentences using the diphthong words given.
Keep at your vowel sounds and practice diphthongs to your heart's content in this part of our diphthong worksheets. Color the pictures with "ay" sounds blue, and color the pictures with "oa" sounds pink.
It's time to unravel more diphthongs so you go home with a rich uptake. In this printable, observe each picture, find its name from the jumble of the letters given, and write the word in the blank space.