Phonograms are letters that make up sounds. Phonograms can be one letter, or they can be a combination of letters. This post contains words with phonograms you may want to start teaching your beginning reader from the free printable high frequency flashcards I shared in a previous post.Here are some words from the flashcards grouped by phonogram:
ay - play, way, away
ar - are
or - for
ow - how now, down
ow - yellow
ou - out, house
oo - too
ng - thing
You may want to add other high frequency words you find with the same phonograms. Just add a few at a time to learn. Cut cards the same size as the ones you printed and write the new words with a black marker. I suggest keeping words with the same phonics rules or phonograms right next to each other in the flashcard pile while practicing. This will help your beginning reader make patterns and connections.
Here are some resources I found online you may find helpful when teaching phonograms.
Phonograms and Spelling Rules
You may want to make flashcards with phonograms only for your beginning reader.
Are you using these flashcards? Let me know how it's going in a comment.