These worksheets focus on: /oo/ and /oy/. I find it invaluable that the students start with just two or three basic sounds before they progress to the knowledge that there are other vowel combinations that can make the same sounds.
Various activities are included among the nine worksheets to hold students interest over several days. These worksheets are appropriate for in-class activities as well as homework.
These worksheets use the words and pictures for: moon, spoon, tooth, oyster, boy, and toy. Students will use various skills such as writing these two letters, tracing them, cutting them out, sorting them, using them to finish a word, and to complete a word in a sentence.