When two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking!
Excellent visual / anchor chart to use when introducing / teaching this phonics topic!
Note: "ue" can be a little tricky as "u" saying its name sounds like the word "you." Sometimes, "ue" makes the phonetic /u/ sound as in "glue" or "blue" (almost like "oo"). You can teach it as the "u" only says the END of its name in certain words. If students pronounce it as "you" in a word when it's an exception, have them repeat it more than once and they will likely drop off the beginning on their own. Compare the words cue, value, argue, fuel, hue, rescue (where "ue" sounds like the "u" is "saying its name") with words like blue, glue, and due (where "ue" only says the end of "u"'s name).