Display one of the completed charts on a SmartBoard, overhead projector, Elmo, or other classroom projection system to use for whole group instruction or as a supportive material or anchor chart.
Give each student his/her own blank copy for note taking purposes.
Have students take notes in colored pens and pencils to aid in retention.
Using colored pencils, crayons, markers, and/or highlighters, have students color code their personal charts. This could be done at a literacy center or as part of small/whole group instruction.
Enlarge the chart at your local education agency or printing company to use as an anchor chart or teaching device.
Cut the chart apart out on the lines and use as a matching game, assessment, or at a literacy center. Students can glue these pieces to another sheet or a photograph of the sort can be taken for recordkeeping purposes.
Use the blank chart to teach other digraphs.
This chart could be used a variety of ways at literacy centers.
Consider the possibilities if the different charts are laminated and/or cut apart!