Space Challenge CH and TR Beginning Sound Word Sort | Boom Cards | Phonemic Awareness
For students who are confusing the initial consonant blend /tr/ with the initial consonant digraph /ch/
This is not a printable resource.
Say the word, listen to the sound, then drag the word to the /CH/ or /TR/ planet.
This is a great activity for auditory discrimination, phonemic awareness and articulation practice for /ch/ and /tr/ sound.
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