Handmade worksheets covering phonograms er-ough under the Riggs program, but can be used to help students understand multi-letter combinations in any phonics program.
The students will work on blending with the new phonogram to read the word, trace how it is written, write it on their own (with limited space to train control), and draw their own representation of the word. I set aside one hour for morning phonics. Two phonogram pages a day takes about 30-40 minutes, which leaves the extra time for review, extra literacy, or extra practice.
I do apologize for the random dots on some! My scanner has a faulty spot that causes it. :(
Includes a blank form to create your own.