Oy Words 5 Letters
Oy Words 5 Letters – Help kids spell ooh and ooh with this fun, engaging phonics activity! In these Life Groups activities, children add vowels to phonic words and phonic words. Print out these free printable Oi sound words and you’re ready to play and learn with first graders.
Vowel clusters are hard, long sounds or two vowels together in a word that make a different sound. They have lots and lots of rules. Some develop chronic wounds. Others produce completely different sounds. Some vowel groups can be used at the beginning of words, while others can only be found at the end. As my little girl works through these sounds, we need a lot of extra practice. I am constantly looking for new ideas to help her study new sounds with her Grade 1 students and practice spelling with all the rules.
Oy Words 5 Letters
For the past few weeks, we’ve been working on the “Oi” sound. After learning both the spellings and their rules, I decided on an easy activity to practice spelling and required reading. So these simple word cards come in handy to spell out the words Oi and Oi.
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Let’s tackle the “Oi” first. This vowel pattern is usually found in the middle or beginning of words. Think of the word oil as an example of seeing “oi” at the beginning. Words like soil, coin, moisture are good examples of this. It should also be noted that you can also find it between syllables. Toilet is a two letter word. Labor is the first letter, and you can see oil sitting proudly in the middle.
Obviously, if “oi” is found in the middle of the word, you will find oy at the end of the word. Toy, Soya and Joy are good examples of this.
But again, syllable breaks are very important. Look up the word oyster. At first glance, you might think this is a rule violation. But it isn’t. Let’s break it down into syllables. Oi/Ster. Oi stands alone or at the end of a syllable. This is why we use oi.
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As your child reads words and finds time to use “oi” or “oi,” they will practice using this rule to read this fun vowel group.
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Beth Gordon is the creative multitasker creator of 123 Homeschool 4m. As a busy homeschooling mom of six, she strives to create learning activities and worksheets that kids love to make learning fun! He has created over 1 million pages of printables to help teach kids the ABCs, science, English grammar, history, math and more! Beth has created 2 additional sites with even more educational activities and free printables – www.kindergartenworksheetsandgames.com and www.preschoolplayandlearn.com When teaching a phonics skill, it is helpful to use a key word and picture to help students remember the sound. letter combinations. For the Oi oy diphthongs phonics bundle, my amazing artist made “pig” themed borders and game boards and they turned out absolutely adorable! I love them and all the Oi O Dipthong activities! This phonics pack contains 11 activities to teach and practice the oi/oi diphthongs. Small group instruction or activities within your independent literacy centers are ideal. Let’s take a quick look at the many functions in this package.
Of course, when teaching a skill, it’s always helpful to have a word list handy. Giving your students a whiteboard and words to spell using oi or oi is a great way to end any session. If you just want the word list click on the link below.
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The Oi/Oi Phonics Bundle also includes an anchor chart to use when introducing au and aw. This can be posted throughout the days teaching this skill, and then students can refer to it during writing time. You can also download this chart by clicking the link below.
So now for the activities… one of my favorite activities in this set is the climb & slide activity. It is played like the old Suits and Ladders game, but with a phonetic-twist to it. When you download this set, you get two Climb & Slide game boards. There is a bit of assembly, but once laminated, you’ll have a function that will last for years!
This oi/oy Phonics Bundle includes two classic game boards. As with the Climb & Slide game boards, you’ll need to glue and laminate the templates into a file folder. I’m ordering plastic spinners because I’m making some game boards (I’ve included a link in the download), but using a paper clip and pencil works great as a spinner too. Climb & slide and play boards are great activities for independent centers.
No joint is complete without the classic game of Bingo. This set contains five bingo cards, making it perfect for a small group activity.
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I love activities where students use this phonics skill in writing. I was once told that a student has not mastered a phonics skill until you see that he/she can use it correctly in writing. That’s why I incorporated a writing component into the three activities in this bundle. There are five different dry erase phonics templates (the first set contains easy words). This function has a self-check feature, which is great for independent practice. Students can write “oi” or “oy” using a dry erase marker in the blank for each word, then turn the card over and check their answers. Using a velcro dot to adhere the card to each template works perfectly and holds each card to its corresponding template. Since the templates are laminated, they can be used over and over again.
Another activity that includes a writing component is the Word activity Writing. Again, due to the self-verification feature, it is suitable for independent centres. This set contains four Write the Word templates. For this activity, students order the word cards and write the word under the correct column. When done, they turn in the answer key and check their answers. I placed the cards in a bag, clipped it to the template with a brass clasp, and then again used the velcro dot to adhere the answer key.
Pump game! A fun game for two students. This bundle contains five pump boards, and directions for playing the game are printed on the back of each game board and with each activity. For this game, students take turns rolling a die, reading the words and trying to be the first player to remove all of their chips. The fun part comes when a student “knocks” their opponent out of a space and locks the space with their two colored chips.
A word sorting activity can be helpful when introducing phonics skills during small group instruction. A writing component is added to this activity, however, the whole word is written on the back, so if you choose not to have your students write the words, they can use the other side of the card.
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Word cards are included for word reading practice. Place them in a 1″ loose leaf ring and you can easily grab them anytime!
Five Race to the Top game boards are included in the Oi/Oi Phonics Bundle. Your students will need dice, chips, and game boards. The first person to complete a row wins the game. So simple, but students love it!
Another simple and fun activity is the 4-in-a-row game. Students each play as partners with their own colored chips. They read the word and then place their chip on the square. The first player to have four chips in a row wins the game.
The best part about the Phoenix packages is that they are designed to fit into the 15″ x 11 1/2″ x 3 1/4″ Sterileite containers I picked up at Walmart. Storage space is always at a premium in classrooms and I wanted to make sure there was a practical way to store all activities.
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If you like the Oi/Oi Phonics set, you may be interested in our other sets designed to teach targeted phonics skills. I’ve included a link to each bundle below. They all fit into those sterilite containers for easy stacking and storage!
Ai/ay Phonics Box, ee/ea/y Phonics Box, ie/igh/y Phonics Box, oa/ow/oe Phonics Box, ew/oo/ue/ui Phonics Box,