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Study the word list: Words using the consonant digraphs th

Words using the consonant digraphs th. Letters and Sounds, Phase Three. Each of these words contains the target grapheme but no other Phase Three graphemes. This means that the Phase Three graphemes can be taught in any order.

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them
Fold your clothes before you pack them.
then
Close the curtains then switch on the light.
that
That child is getting up to mischief again.
this
This truck's engine runs on diesel fuel.
with
I control my computer with a mouse.
moth
A moth is similar to a butterfly.
thin
Stray cats are often very thin.
thick
The bear has thick fur.
path
The path was rough and rocky.
bath
She had a long soak in the bath tub.

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