Hyphenated Words with the Vowel Letter O in Big Letters

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Effective Reading Materials for Kids

The hyphenated words are the best and effective reading approach for beginners.

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Previously, your child learned to read the words with the vowel letters A, E, and I in big letters.

To improve your child's reading, here are the hyphenated words with the vowel letter O in big letters.

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Similar to the previous hyphenated words with the vowel letters A, E, and I, the majority of the sample words are Tagalog. The rest are either in English or in other languages.

a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard

In this reading materials, most of the sample words for the consonant letters C, F, J, V, and Z, are English words.

Because in Tagalog, there are rare words that start with these letters followed by a vowel letter O.
 

a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard

Combining the vowel letters in a word is the best way for the kids to practice what they've learned from the previous reading guide.

The first vowel of the first syllable is the vowel letter O. The following syllables are either the vowel letter A, E, or I.

a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard

Have you noticed that there are no hyphenated words that start with the consonant letters NG and Q? Below, there are also no hyphenated words for the consonant letters W and X.

It is because there are little to no words that start with these letters followed by a vowel letter O.


a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard
a woman wearing polka dots yellow long sleeves and navy blue skirt pointing at the blackboard

Practice reading will help strengthen your child's brain and expand his vocabulary. If they know how to read, they can already do their homework and projects.

The power of reading holds the key to success in life.

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