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Ing, Ang, Ung, and Ong Words

Welcome back to Read Not Guess. Today we’re going to work on words that end with “ing,” “ang,” “ong,” and “ung.”


Both parent and child will need to be able to see the screen.


Ok, let’s get started.


The “ing” Sound


Ask your child to say the word “sing” very slowly. It should come out as “sss-ing.” Now have them read the word as they point at the letters:


s ing

s ing

sing


Can they name any words that rhyme with “sing?” Give them a high-five or fist pound for every correct rhyme they come up with.


Now let’s see if they can read some words with the “ing” sound:


r ing

ring


And:


w ing

wing


And:


k ing

king


The “ang” Sound


Now let’s do the same thing with the word “sang.” Ask your child to say it very slowly. It should come out as “sss-ang.” Now have them read the word as they point at the letters:


s ang

s ang

sing


Can they name any words that rhyme with “sang?” Give them a high-five or fist pound for every word they can correctly rhyme it.


Now let’s read some words with the “ang” sound:


b ang

bang


And:


h ang

hang


And:


r ang

rang


The “ong” Sound


Now let’s do the same thing with the word “song.” Ask your child to say it very slowly. It should come out as “sss-ong.” Now have them read the word as they point at the letters:


s ong

s ong

song


Can they name any words that rhyme with “song?” Give them a high-five or fist pound for every word they can correctly rhyme.


Now let’s see if they can read some words with the “ong” sound:


l ong

long


And:


t ong

tong


And:


str ong

strong


The “ung” Sound


Now let’s do the same thing with the word “sung.” Ask your child to say it very slowly. It should come out as “sss-ung.” Now have them read the word as they point at the letters:


s ung

s ung

sung


Can they name any words that rhyme with “sung?” Give them a high-five or fist pound for every word they can name.


Now let’s see if they can read some words with the “ung” sound:


l ung

lung


And:


h ung

hung


More Practice


Give your child some more practice by reading these. (Warn them to be careful. There are some tricks in here!):


sing sang sung song

bing bang big bug

run ring rang

hog hang hung hug

long lung log


If they stumble through these, have them try it again. Re-reading might sound boring to adults, but it’s good practice for kids!


That’s it for today. We’ll see you next time.

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