Consonant Blends “fr” Words as in Frog With Sample Exercise and Sentences
In this lesson, you will learn how to master the consonant blends fr words as in frog and sentences. The lesson presented in this tutorial has a variety of practice exercises for students to work on to master the skills learned. You can also download the PowerPoint presentation for free which can help you master the words with fr sounds in the beginning.
A full video was provided for you to listen and watch on how to apply this tutorial to the learner in reading words, phrases and sentences with the consonant blends “fr” as in frog.
Let’s start Learning the fr Words
This is about Reading words, phrases, and sentences with fr words as in frog; and Answers wh- questions about a paragraph read.
Open up the lesson by singing or reading a jazz chant below:
We drill and draw in school
We learn to read and write
We also drink and eat
We work and plant and play
How nice to be in school
We eat and drink and sleep
Let’s go to school today
Don’t cry its fun, I say.
Ask: In what sounds do these words begin? (fr)
Fresh, fruit, fried, front, frill, friend and free begin? (fr)
Show and say the consonant blend fr and let the students repeat.
/f/ and /r/ make /fr/
fr and og = frog
fr Words List
- Free frail frog front fry
- frill frame Frank fruit frat
- fresh friend Fred fried fret
Before reading the story, have students learn new words found in the story. To develop the following words, phrases show real objects and pictures or use them in a sentence; fresh fruit, fried fish, dress with a frill, in front of and free.
Then move on to the reading of phrases, sentences, and the story;
fr Words Phrases:
Fresh fruit Fred and Frank
Fried fish sick and frail
Dress with a frill play with the frog
a good friend free the crab
fr Words and Sentences:
The frog is free. Who is free?
Fred is a good friend. Who is a good friend?
He eats fried fish and fresh fruit. What kind of fish does Fred eat?
Her dress has a frill. What can you see on her dress?
A Good Friend
Fred and Frank are good friends. Frank is
sick and frail. Fred visits his friend, Frank.
He brings fresh fruit. He also brings fried
fish. Frank is happy to see Fred. Fred is
happy to see Frank, too.
After reading the story, have the students read the words, phrases, and sentences with the fr blends.
Exercise 1 using fr words
Look for the words or phrases that will make the sentence complete.
Fred and Frank are good __________.
He brings ___________ to Frank.
Frank is sick and ___________.
___________is a good boy.
Exercise 2 using fr words
Use the words inside the box to answer the riddles.
Write the word.
Fruit frill frog free fried
I say “kokak”. What am I? _________
I am sweet and colorful _________
Boys and girls like me. What am I? _________
I am good to eat it cooked. What am I? _________
I make your dress look pretty? What am I? _________
I can do what I want. I am _________
Exercise 3 using fr words
Directions: Read the story. Answer the questions about the story. Write only the letter.
“The frog is free. I can play. It can swim.
It says “kokak’ in front of the crab.”
1. Who is free?
A. Frog B. Frank C. crab
2. What does it say?
A. Arf, arf B. meow, meow C. Kokak
3. Where is the frog? In front of the
A. Crab B. frog C. crib
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In summary, you have learned how to read words, phrases, and sentences with fr words as in frog.
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