1. Here are 36 primary phonogram words made up of 2 sounds using 3 letters.
a + sh = ash
ark arm art bar far jar mar par tar
boo moo too zoo
bow how now owl pow row sow vow wow
boy joy soy toy
2. Knowing what the words mean is not the goal of these lessons. The goal is to teach and train the learner to sound out words. Many of these words will already be known by most learners. There are over 1200 Primary Phonogram words which a learner will soon be able to spell, read and write, but more importantly, they will be able to experience how the words formed in our mouths are written down and read back.
2. Here are 258 primary phonogram words made up of 3 sounds using 3 letters.
a + l + p = alp amp and ant apt asp bad
bad ban bat dab dad dag dam fab fad
fag fan fat gab gad gag gal gap gas
had hag ham has hat jab jag jam lab
lad lag lap mad mag man map mat
nab nag nap pad pan pat rag ran rap
rat sad sag sap sat tab tad tag tan
tap van vat wag yak yam yap zag zap
eks elk elm end bed beg bet deb den
fed get hem hen jet keg led leg let
men met net peg pen pep pet red
set ten vet web wed wet yen yes yet
zed zen ego
ilk imp its bib bid big bit did dig dim
din dip fib fig fin fit gig hid him hip
his hit jib jig kid kin kip kit lid lip lit
mid nib nil nip nit pig pin pip pit rib
rid rig rim rip sin sip sis sit tin tip
vim wig win wit zig zip zit
old opt bob bod bog bop bot dob dog
don dot fob fog gob god got hob hog
hop hot job jog jot lob log lop lot
mob mop nod non not pod pop pot
rob rod rom rot sob sod sop tog top
tot wog wok yob
bub bud bug bun bus but dub dud dug
fun gum gun gut hub hug hum Hun
hut jug jut lug mud mug mum nub nun
nut pub pug pun pup pus rub rug rum
run rut sub sum sun sup tub tug yum
4. This is a long list of words to learn, but once a learner is past these words they will be convinced that they are on the right track and will begin to enjoy their learning and will be encouraged by their own efforts to continue.
5. A learner must be able to sound out these words and write them down from sound memory. When we say the sounds, we hear the sounds, when we write the sounds we see the letters that make those sounds. By writing the words down by hand our brain is also taught by muscular movement memory.
Now that these words are mastered, it is time to move onto Primary Phonograms Lesson 3