I’m concentrating on R Controlled Vowel Resources and Oy/Oi in these links simply because that’s where one of mine needs some reinforcement. However, most of these resources are useful for various phonograms or phonics concepts that your child might need to cover.
VIDEOS and SIMILAR
Between the Lions Cliff Hanger Episode with R controlled vowels
You can find Cliff Hanger episodes for many select phonograms sounds. Cliff Hanger Episode
Between the Lions has a lot of nice phonics videos. For example Vowel Boot Camp was a huge hit here!
The Electric Company Bossy R—they have five different fun videos just for Bossy R! You can find Electric Company videos for many phonograms you might want to target.
Electric Company Bossy R
This is slow but correct. The slowness of it allows the child to say the sound of the phonogram prior to the video. It isn’t flashy at all but my kids like it for some reason and it is a good review. She has three videos. Phonogram Videos
Diagraphs and Dipthongs This is a song that includes diagraphs and dipthongs. For many (but not all) they have all the sounds. It’s cute. They have other videos as well.
This is the Letter People video for oi/oy. I’ve seen one of their videos that was a bit scary and I wouldn’t show but this will work for many combinations! Letter People oi/oy
Hooked on phonics for oy/oi and they have other videos too of course.
Lots of options here for particular phonics areas. Lots of Variety Phonics Videos
Don't forget about Leapfrog Letter Factory Video for learning initial (first) letter sounds. It's worth the cost if the library doesn't have it and is usually inexpensive second hand.
STARFALL and PROGRESSIVE PHONICS
Starfall has r controlled vowel activities. This makes a nice starter to your own word sort or similar activity for kids. If Startfall covers the phonogram you’re covering it’s often worth doing for something fun and different.
Remember, Progressive Phonics has fun readers with R controlled vowels and most phonograms you might cover.
Games for er/ir/ur (word documents so you can adapt to cover what you want and I changed them to include wor and ear as well as or and ar). Again, he has games to cover many types of sounds and most of them are easily adaptable to anything you wish to substitute. Games for Reading
I’ve used several materials from this resource. She has worksheets, cut and paste, posters, sliders, poems, games, songs, etc. Lots of materials!
Here are her diagraph and dipthong pages.
PBS kids Bossy R Rap Lesson
WORKSHEET TYPE ACTIVITIES (BOTH ONLINE and PRINTABLE)
This website has tons of online worksheet type activities covering a variety of language arts areas including readiness skills. It’s nice to have a free worksheet that is self checking and you don’t have to print! She also has paper and pencil activities. Worksheet Type Online and Printable
Here is one example of a game (game can be used for other phonemes too):
More worksheets—there is so much like this out there.