OK, this is where the blue series seems to explode as my folders reccommend that blue box four contains triple blends, double consonants and consonant digraphs. In a nursery you could have any number of 'box fours' on the shelf but at home that isn't practical so I am mulling over solutions to this to have on my daughter's literacy shelf! Box four has pictures and words to read and match to them, taking the child a further step towards the abstract.
From the top then, I will tackle consonant digraphs first, followed by double consonants and rounded up with triple blends!
bank blank blink
dank dunk drank drink
plank plink plonk plunk (love these words!!!!
sink sank skunk
sang song swing
chop chug chum chimp chink chip (these can be introduced first)
check chick chuff chill(added once child has been introduced to 'ck', 'ff' 'll')
dish ash ship shop fish shin shaft shank shed shelf shift brush
shell (added once child introduced to 'll')
think thumb thing froth them this that moth thin thank
thick (added once introduced to 'ck')
ck - lock sock frock sack brick truck kick pack duck block rock track flock flick pluck stuck trick
ll - bell bull dell doll dill dull mill sill till well will yell drill frill grill krill smell swell skull spell
ss - bass mass moss pass brass bless bliss cress grass floss dress kiss
ff - cliff sniff stiff bluff cuff buff fluff muff off puff scuff sniff scoff stuff stiff
zz - buzz frizz fizz jazz fuzz
spr - spring sprig sprint
tch - itch ditch hatch match latch stitch switch catch pitch notch batch
str - strap strip string stretch
spl - splash splosh splat split
scr - scrub scratch scrap