Set 1 – Start by working with short vowels. Look at the middle sound of each word. Replace each middle vowel with short vowel.
/z/, /n/, and /b/ – Put it all to work for yourself. Look at the beginning sound of each word. Replace the beginning sound with a given letter.
/u/, /i/, and /e/ – Where does this all come from? More middle sounds are looked at here.
/t/, /l/, and /r/ – Common words for you to work with. We focus on the starting sound and use letters as we see fit.
/ck/, /tch/, and /sh/ – Consonant chunks for you to play with. Look at the ending letter of each word. Replace the ending sound with a set letter blend.
/h/, /m/, and /b/ – Get the front of each word fitted with a killer starting sound.
/g/, /t/, and /p/ – Put a rear bumper on each word. The end of the word is where these are at.
/a/, /e/, and /o/ – Pans, rats, and gas are just the start. You might find some weird words and pictures here.
/p/, /d/, and /f/ – Yes, the same format the worksheet is in. Did you get that one?
/x/, /n/, and /w/ – Look at the ending letter of each word. Replace the ending sound with the letter /x/.
/sh/, /ch/, and /n/ – Piece that all together with these very common consonant blends.
/o/, /a/, and /e/ – More vowels for you to jump with. No need to get all caught up with the colors.
/u/, /a/, and /i/ – The vowels are puzzle pieces to finish up each word.
/p/, /r/, and /s/ – Some of the most commonly used letters will help you end off these words.
/n/ and /g/ – These letters are always chosen on Wheel of Fortune.