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In these lessons, we will learn the phonic sounds: ch, sh, th, wh and ph.
The following diagram gives some examples of words that begin with sh, ch, th, wh. Scroll down the page for examples and explanations.
chin, chuck, chop
Cheese, chalk, chain, chick, chicken, chocolate, cherry, watch
shop, shut, ship
sheep, shed, shirt, shoes, fish, toothbrush
The two sounds made by the TH.
One is soft like in the word think. One is spoken like in the word this.
wh - whisk, white, wheel, whisper, whenever, whistle, whale, why, where, which, what.
Sounds like an “F” but it’s a ‘PH’.
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