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Consonant Digraphs -ph- & -gh-

This resource group teaches students all about the sounds made by the "ph" and "gh" consonant digraphs. They will learn that while "ph" makes the "f" sound, "gh" makes the hard "g" sound, the "f" sound, or no sound at all.

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Shock: Whack a Word: -gh-

Watch Shock whack word parts at a carnival to win a prize. This segment demonstrates that the "gh" consonant digraph can make the "f" sound.

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Haunted House: Coughing Kitty

In this segment, Bat explains that "ph" and "gh" make the "f" sound .

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Music Video: Shock & UTK: -ph- & -gh-

In this segment, Shock and UTK rap about how "ph" and "gh" make the "f" sound, while "gh" can also make the hard "g" sound.

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Comic Cam: Lazy F

In this segment, Willie Reale does a standup routine about how "ph" and "gh" make the same sound as "f."

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Commercial: GH & PH

This commercial for "gh" and "ph" sells the two letter combinations as condiments for when "f" just isn't enough.

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Electric Sound Off - GH

Danny and Jessica compete in Electric Sound Off. To win they must make a sentence containing the most "gh" words. This segment explains that "gh" can make the hard "g" sound, the "f" sound, or no sound at all.

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Music Man: Animal Care

This music video teaches the sound the "ph" combinations makes.

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