Consonant Blends Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.1.2.b

Core Standard

When two or more consonants find themselves together, each sound of the mix may be heard we call this a consonant blend. The blend can find itself at the front (beginning blend) of a word or the end (ending blend) of a word. The three most commonly used beginning blends include: bl-, pl-, and st-. As in the words: block, play, and stay. The most common ending blends include: -nt, -st, and –ld. There common usage can be found in the words: sent, best, and cold. The most common three letter blends are: spl, spr, and str. They can be found in the words, respectively: splash, sprub, and stratch. The worksheets below







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