The IGH, EW and AW packs above (all pictures are clickable) have compound words (grouped together) included. If your kiddos are ready for them, you can choose to use the compound word cards when you teach that phoneme. If your kids aren't quite there, there are plenty of simpler words to start with. Compound words are a great way to develop decoding skills, as they highlight for our kids how helpful it is to use the 'find a smaller word' strategy.
OU words didn't seem to lend themselves as easily to teaching compound words, but at the end of the file, I've included 3 words ending in Y (cloudy, bouncy, mouthy) - that ending Y making the long e sound can be quite tricky (more so for spelling than for reading, in my experience). The 3 base words (cloud, bounce, mouth) are also included. These should provide useful reinforcement of this phoneme, although I also have a completed pack of flashcards for the Y (long E) phoneme as well: