Are you looking for fun ways for your students to practice comparing blends and digraphs? How about finding where a blend is in a word?
Are you looking to differentiate your Work on Words station? Look no further, I have got another great resources for you!
I've created some fun, hands-on activities for the students to use to practice comparing blends and digraphs and making digraph blends. Some activities are self correcting, while others can be handed in and assessed. All are fun, easy to make and easy to use.
Start off with two classroom posters that compare blends and digraphs, and blends and digraph blends. I've also included notebook size copies that can be placed into student notebooks or used during small group instruction.
These activities can be used alongside Wilson's Fundations program, unit 8.
There are 2 posters and 7 activities within this package.
Some activities included are:
*Spin a sound
*Sort the sounds
*Write in alphabetical order
Thank you for stopping by, I hope your student enjoy these activities!