Consonant blends or clusters are two or more consonants together in which each consonant is pronounced, with no vowel sounds in between them.
Broth, crack, drum, frog, pram, grip, and trek, etc. are r blend words with an initial r consonant blend. You can see ‘br cr dr fr gr pr tr’ appear at the beginning of the words.
I also have a detailed pack for reading r blend words. It is an ideal pack to introduce r-blend words and can be complemented with the flashcards with pictures that I will be sharing in this post.
In this post, I will be sharing flashcards for ‘br cr dr fr gr pr tr’ words. These flashcards can also be used with dyslexic children to practice reading one-syllable ‘br cr dr fr gr pr tr’ words. These flashcards can add fun to your lessons and can also be used when revisiting the sounds.
-br is an initial consonant blend or cluster. In this pack, there are 6 br words flashcards. These br words with pictures flashcards are also a great way to enhance your child’s vocabulary.
All the words used in these r blend words flashcards with pictures are short vowel words with a single syllable.
There are 6 cards on each of the 7 A4 sheets. You will need to print these sheets and cut them into cards. Print these flashcards on card stock and laminate them for durability. These flashcards can be used for a long time if they are laminated.
The above worksheet has words for the fr blend.
To practice ‘r-blends’ in detail, go here. You will get 7 free worksheets that are ideal for introducing the r blend.
After reading and sorting these words, do try reading blend words sentences.
The above is a pack of 7 worksheets for reading ‘br cr dr fr gr pr tr’ words sentences.
You can view the entire collection of phonics flashcards and word lists on my website. You will find flashcards for short vowels, long vowels, blends, digraphs, etc.
The last sheet has tr words. Our little ones are sure to enjoy reading and sorting these flashcards.