Diphthong Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.2.3

Core Standard

Diphthongs are sounds that formed from consonant and vowel diagraphs. The two letters form a single syllable. In Greek, diphthongs means possessing two sounds. Diphthongs are present whenever a vowel makes an unusual or unique sound that you were not expecting. Diphthongs are all over the place between dialects of the same language. Just ask a New Yorker, Bostonian, and Texan say the sentence, "Walter parked the car in the garage." You will instantly see the differences and jumping diphthongs. These worksheets will help students see the likenesses and differences between words and the sounds in the words.







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