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Read and Spell Phonemes: 'oi' 2

In this worksheet, students consider different spellings of the 'oi' phoneme. The worksheet requires students to listen to audio clips.

'Read and Spell Phonemes: 'oi' 2' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:   Grapheme Awareness

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

A phoneme is a unit of sound. The 'oi' phoneme sounds like this:

 

coin

 

Sometimes the 'oi' phoneme is spelt with the letters 'oy'.

 

boy

 

The phoneme is usually spelt 'oy' if it is at the end of a word.

 

In this worksheet you can practise reading and writing these different spellings of the 'oi' phoneme.

Choose the correct spelling of the missing word in the sentence. Remember that the 'oi' phoneme is usually spelt 'oy' when it is at the end of a word.

 

I __________ going to the seaside.

enjoi

enjoy

Choose the correct spelling of the missing word in the sentence.

 

Jamila __________ the Brownies when she was seven.

joyned

joined

Choose the correct spelling of the missing word in the sentence.

 

All the class went to the __________ before they got on the coach.

toylet

toilet

Choose the correct spelling of the missing word in the sentence.

 

If you eat toadstools you might __________ yourself.

poison

poyson

Choose the correct spelling of the missing word in the sentence.

 

My mum says it's rude to __________.

point

poynt

Three of the 'oi' words in the list are proper words and three are not. Tick the proper words.

noise

thoin

stoin

roint

joint

soil

Three of the 'oy' words in the list are proper words and three are not. Tick the proper words.

annoy

trestoy

stroy

cowboy

nastoy

destroy

Use one of the 'oi' words you have read in this worksheet to fill in the missing word in the sentence.

Remember, the 'oi' phoneme is sometimes spelt 'oy'.

 

Be quiet! You are making too much __________.

Use one of the 'oi' words you have read in this worksheet to fill in the missing word in the sentence.

Remember, the 'oi' phoneme is sometimes spelt 'oy'.

 

My sister hates watching sport but I __________ it.

Read these sentences out loud and count how many times you hear the 'oi' phoneme.

 

Roy pointed at his toy cowboy. He was annoyed because somebody had destroyed its leg.

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  • Question 1

Choose the correct spelling of the missing word in the sentence. Remember that the 'oi' phoneme is usually spelt 'oy' when it is at the end of a word.

 

I __________ going to the seaside.

CORRECT ANSWER
enjoy
  • Question 2

Choose the correct spelling of the missing word in the sentence.

 

Jamila __________ the Brownies when she was seven.

CORRECT ANSWER
joined
  • Question 3

Choose the correct spelling of the missing word in the sentence.

 

All the class went to the __________ before they got on the coach.

CORRECT ANSWER
toilet
  • Question 4

Choose the correct spelling of the missing word in the sentence.

 

If you eat toadstools you might __________ yourself.

CORRECT ANSWER
poison
  • Question 5

Choose the correct spelling of the missing word in the sentence.

 

My mum says it's rude to __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
point
  • Question 6

Three of the 'oi' words in the list are proper words and three are not. Tick the proper words.

CORRECT ANSWER
noise
joint
soil
  • Question 7

Three of the 'oy' words in the list are proper words and three are not. Tick the proper words.

CORRECT ANSWER
annoy
cowboy
destroy
  • Question 8

Use one of the 'oi' words you have read in this worksheet to fill in the missing word in the sentence.

Remember, the 'oi' phoneme is sometimes spelt 'oy'.

 

Be quiet! You are making too much __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
noise
  • Question 9

Use one of the 'oi' words you have read in this worksheet to fill in the missing word in the sentence.

Remember, the 'oi' phoneme is sometimes spelt 'oy'.

 

My sister hates watching sport but I __________ it.

CORRECT ANSWER
enjoy
  • Question 10

Read these sentences out loud and count how many times you hear the 'oi' phoneme.

 

Roy pointed at his toy cowboy. He was annoyed because somebody had destroyed its leg.

CORRECT ANSWER
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EDDIE SAYS
The words are 'Roy', 'pointed', 'toy', 'cowboy', 'annoyed' and 'destroyed'.
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