We’re so excited to release Set 14: the oo/ew phonics stories. Set 14 introduces /oo/ as in moon, /oo/ as in wood and /ew/ as in new. Set 14 allows kids to review all previous phonics sounds (outlined in Sets 1-13), including, short vowels, consonant digraphs, consonant blends and long vowels. See below for a sample oo phonics story. To print the sample, enter our shop.
Oo phonics stories help your student practice the long and short oo sounds.
There are a total of eight oo phonics stories in our shop. Our printable books cover a range of topics. The Hoot is a story of a child who woke up to the eerie sounds of an owl hooting. Redwood Trees details the most spectacular features of these West Coast giants. The Gloomy Day is a story about a boy who is bored on a cloudy day, but surprisingly finds a new neighborhood friend to explore with. Each story is designed for struggling k-2 readers, and allows kids to ease into the new oo/ew phonics sounds.
oo phonics stories and words
Want to introduce oo/ew phonics sounds into your students’ reading lessons? To help you create your oo/ew phonics lessons, here are a few oo words and ew words:
spooky, moon, room, gloomy, soon, food, fool, doom, hoop, noon, hoot, brood, bloom, proof, too, boom, drool, coop, snoop, scoop, boo, coo, goo, cool, zoo, broom, hoop, goose, moose, scoot, troop, root, boot, shoo, pool, roof, loop,
wood, shook, cook, hook, book, hood, good, look, brook, nook
new, blew, knew, brew, drew, hew, few
Reading Elephant Set 14 helps your student practice the above sounds.
We’re excited to release our new Set 14 oo/ew series. We hope your students love the books. For our complete printable phonics books library enter our shop.
Loretta Weaver says
I love it!