Vowel Digraphs Created for English Sharing Experience Read each word. Then click on the book under the word to see that wo...
haul taught caught fault vault Click on the arrow to continue au (o) Paul
gnaw caw jaw hawk law paw Click on the arrow to continue aw (o)
draw claw flaw saw raw slaw Click on the arrow to continue aw (o) straw
yawn crawl fawn bawl lawn Click on the arrow to continue aw (o) dawn drawn
fault It was not John’s  fault ; it was an accident.
vault Mom keeps her jewelry in a bank  vault . A vault is a room or compartment for storage or safekeeping.
caught Chipper Jones  caught  the ball.
taught Mom  taught  Jenny to swim.
haul He had to  haul  the stuff in the wagon. Haul: to pull or drag with effort
Paul Paul  is my brother’s name.
hawk The  hawk  is big. Hawks are birds of prey that have a strong hooked bill and sharp curved claws
caw The call of a crow is “ caw,caw ”
gnaw The dog is  gnawing  on the bone. Gnaw: to chew with repeated biting or nibbling
jaw The shark’s  jaw  is very big!
law The  laws  are enforced by the police. A law is a rule of conduct or action
paw The cat is scratching with her  paws .
raw I like to eat  raw  carrots. Raw: not cooked
saw I  saw  the  Harry Potter  movie. Dad has a new  saw .
claw The cat has sharp  claws . A claw is a sharp curved nail on the toe of an animal
draw Johnny is  drawing  a picture.
flaw Do you see a  flaw  on the pot? Flaw: a small often hidden defect
slaw Mom makes great  coleslaw .
straw I like to drink with a  straw .
bawl The baby  bawls  when she’s hungry. Bawl: to cry noisily
crawl The baby will  crawl  across the floor.
dawn The beach is beautiful at  dawn . Dawn: the first appearance of light in the morning
fawn A  fawn  is a one-year old deer.
lawn Dad is mowing the  lawn .
yawn The baby opens her mouth wide when  she  yawns .
drawn She has  drawn  a map.
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Vowel Digraphs (au, aw)

  1. 1. Vowel Digraphs Created for English Sharing Experience Read each word. Then click on the book under the word to see that word in a sentence. au (o) aw (o) Example: haul Example: saw Note: Make sure you click on the book and not the background.
  2. 2. haul taught caught fault vault Click on the arrow to continue au (o) Paul
  3. 3. gnaw caw jaw hawk law paw Click on the arrow to continue aw (o)
  4. 4. draw claw flaw saw raw slaw Click on the arrow to continue aw (o) straw
  5. 5. yawn crawl fawn bawl lawn Click on the arrow to continue aw (o) dawn drawn
  6. 6. fault It was not John’s fault ; it was an accident.
  7. 7. vault Mom keeps her jewelry in a bank vault . A vault is a room or compartment for storage or safekeeping.
  8. 8. caught Chipper Jones caught the ball.
  9. 9. taught Mom taught Jenny to swim.
  10. 10. haul He had to haul the stuff in the wagon. Haul: to pull or drag with effort
  11. 11. Paul Paul is my brother’s name.
  12. 12. hawk The hawk is big. Hawks are birds of prey that have a strong hooked bill and sharp curved claws
  13. 13. caw The call of a crow is “ caw,caw ”
  14. 14. gnaw The dog is gnawing on the bone. Gnaw: to chew with repeated biting or nibbling
  15. 15. jaw The shark’s jaw is very big!
  16. 16. law The laws are enforced by the police. A law is a rule of conduct or action
  17. 17. paw The cat is scratching with her paws .
  18. 18. raw I like to eat raw carrots. Raw: not cooked
  19. 19. saw I saw the Harry Potter movie. Dad has a new saw .
  20. 20. claw The cat has sharp claws . A claw is a sharp curved nail on the toe of an animal
  21. 21. draw Johnny is drawing a picture.
  22. 22. flaw Do you see a flaw on the pot? Flaw: a small often hidden defect
  23. 23. slaw Mom makes great coleslaw .
  24. 24. straw I like to drink with a straw .
  25. 25. bawl The baby bawls when she’s hungry. Bawl: to cry noisily
  26. 26. crawl The baby will crawl across the floor.
  27. 27. dawn The beach is beautiful at dawn . Dawn: the first appearance of light in the morning
  28. 28. fawn A fawn is a one-year old deer.
  29. 29. lawn Dad is mowing the lawn .
  30. 30. yawn The baby opens her mouth wide when she yawns .
  31. 31. drawn She has drawn a map.
  32. 32. The End Click on the arrow

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