Beginning & Ending Consonant Digraph Bingo (LTR)

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1st - 4th
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  1. Fun, effective, motivating, and easy to use, this set includes 5 Bingo Games in one bundle.The games provide extra practice in1. Beginning Consonants2. Ending Consonants3. Consonant Blends4. Beginning Consonant Digraphs5. Ending Consonant DigraphsOften, ending sounds are not given adequate practice
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Fun, effective, motivating, and easy to use, add some enjoyment to phonics practice with two games in one set.

Consonant Digraph Bingo provides extra practice in both beginning and ending consonant digraphs.

Many students need extra practice in these sounds but often do not receive it.

This game is the BEST Consonant Digraph Bingo game because it uses a traditional 25 item format, and it includes 24 classroom tested cards as well as instructions for hassle-free use in large and small classroom settings.

More items means more practice, and some kids really do need more practice

The same cards are used for beginning digraph games and for ending digraph games, but different Call Lists are included.

This is a unique way to add interest and fun to otherwise tedious, but necessary, phonics skills practice.

Be sure to check out other Learn to Read Bingo Games:

Consonants, Blends, Digraphs Bargain Bingo Bundle

Vowel Families Bargain Bingo Bundle

Difficult Clusters Bargain Bingo Bundle

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Know the spelling-sound correspondences for common consonant digraphs.
Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).


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