This oo words worksheet is so fun it won’t feel like a worksheet at all!
Digraphs are two letters that make one sound. A vowel digraph is made up of two vowels (a, e, i, o, u). The digraph “oo” can make two sounds: oo as in moon and oo as in book.
I began by writing oo on a post-in note and asking my son if he knew what sound these letters make. He knew right away.
Next, he took the Froot Loops that I had sitting near us and placed them on top of the o’s. One step ahead of me. 🙂
I’m not a sugary cereal fan, and we don’t keep Froot Loops in our pantry (yes, that’s really how it’s spelled – because there’s no real fruit in Froot Loops!). But I have a bag of stale Froot Loops on hand for various crafts and activities.
They were perfect for this one! I just printed the worksheet and had my son glue two of them in each box to make a word.
He breezed right through it and was happy to read the words to me when he was finished.
Stay tuned for more activities with oo words!
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Your students can complete these activities in Google Slides on a computer or tablet. The activities give them practice with ai, ay, ee, ea, ie, igh, -y, oa, ow, oo, ui, and ew.