Irregular O: Ow/Out

An Irregular Sound is a sound that you would not typically expect without knowing that particular grammatical exception.

About Irregular O: Ow/Out

An Irregular Sound is a sound that you would not typically expect without knowing that particular grammatical exception.

The Ow produces the Short Vowel O sound and the W sound which is typical for this Short Vowel ending. However, the Ou in the “Out” ending words also produce the “ow” sound. Some words with the Ow and Out sound are: Ow, Cow, Now, How, Out, Pout, Stout, and Shout.

To practice the Ow and Out sounds there is a Ow/Out story for your child to read in the Practice Reading Book 3 that correlates with the Ow and Out words addressed in the video (Practice Reading Book 3 Pages: 49-51).

For additional practice, there are printable Ow and Out Flashcards. With these Flashcards your child build various Ow and Out Words.

The Flashcards have Ow and Out Endings and Consonants to blend to the Endings so that your child practices reading Ow and Out Words (Irregular Vowel Sounds Flashcards).

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