Beginning & Ending Digraphs sh, th, ch, wh Printables Bundle

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    1. Have hands-on print activities, full-color posters, AND interactive digital activities for digraphs (sh, th, ch, wh) practice. This bundle provides multiple ways to introduce, review, practice, or assess beginning and ending digraphs.These engaging activities will help your students become fluent in
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    Have fun, hands-on beginning and ending digraphs practice in multiple formats including sorts, mazes, posters, and digraph hunts for digraphs sh, th, ch, and wh (beginning only).

    These engaging printable activities will help your students become fluent in both recognizing the sound and the spelling of the four digraphs.

    You receive the following materials in both full-color and black/white:

    Multiple Digraph Sorting Activities:

    - 2 Column Sorting

    • Students sort picture cards according to “Starts or Ends with the digraph” or “Does NOT start or end with the digraph”. This option is useful when first introducing a digraph.
    • Students sort picture cards between 2 digraphs. For example, “Starts or ends with sh” and “Starts or ends with ch”. These are useful to help students distinguish between 2 digraph sounds or if students are confusing two digraphs.

    - 4 & 3 Column Sorting

    • Digraph headings – students sort picture cards under the correct digraph heading. This helps students discriminate between the beginning and ending sounds of all the digraphs.
    • Picture headings – students sort digraph cards under the correct pictures. This helps students visually discriminate between the spellings of all 4 digraphs.

    Digraph Mazes

    Students follow/mark the correct beginning or ending digraph pictures that lead from the start of the maze to the finish. You receive a maze for each digraph (sh, th, ch, wh - beginning only).

    Printable answer keys included.

    Digraph Hunts

    Printable pages that help students recognize the spelling (letter pairs) of each digraph. In the top section of each page, students look at the clues (which are pictures) and then they find and circle the correct digraph. The digraphs are shown in several different fonts to help students visually discriminate between the 4 digraphs.

    In the bottom section of each page, students circle the words that begin or end with the digraph. This helps students see the digraph at the beginning and ending of the word and also helps them to visually discriminate between the 4 digraphs.

    Printable answer keys included.

    3 sets of digraphs posters:

    • Beginning Digraphs sh, th, ch, wh
    • Ending Digraphs sh, th, ch only
    • Beginning & Ending Digraphs sh, th, ch only

    Please see the preview file for examples of each activity.

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    Additional Digraphs Resources

    Letter Sounds Sort Bundle (Print & Digital) Learning Centers & Boom Cards

    Letter Sounds Sort Learning Center & Pocket Chart Cards (Beginning Sounds)

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    Total Pages
    121 pages, 10 posters
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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Sort common objects into categories (e.g., shapes, foods) to gain a sense of the concepts the categories represent.
    Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
    Blend and segment onsets and rimes of single-syllable spoken words.

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