This product comes with 6 activities:
~Have students sort between the words that start with each digraph. Another game is place the words around the classroom. Once they have found a word then have them place it under the correct digraph. I have also played a game where I give each student a card and have them get into two circles (one outer and one inner). I have one circle move clockwise one at a time reading each other their words.
~This activity comes with two worksheets. 1. The first worksheet is fill in the blank. Students have to look at a picture and figure out which digraph starts with that picture. At the bottom of the worksheet is digraphs. Students then have to write the words from above under the correct digraph. 2. The second worksheet is sort the digraphs. Place the word cards around the room and have students write the words under the correct digraph.
Picture and Word Sort:
~Have students sort the pictures and words by their digraphs. Another way is have students sort the pictures to the digraphs. One of my favorite games to play is hand each student a picture or a word card. (Make sure every picture has a word pair.) Then have students find their partner.
~This activity comes with worksheets that cover each digraph. Students cut out pictures and glue them under the correct digraph. Then have students sound out the pictures and write the words under the correct digraph.
~Students place pictures under the correct digraph. You can play this game as a small group, center, or whole group activity. When I do it as a whole group activity, I place 4 in a group. Students work together to place the words under the correct category.
~This activity comes with worksheets that cover each digraph. Use the pictures from the activity and have them write the words under the correct category. Then students will chose one word from the pictures and write a sentence about it.
~Students match the words and picture together like a puzzle. You can hide the pieces around the room and have students find the matches. You can give students one piece of the puzzle and another student the other piece. Then they have to find a partner. After students figure out which puzzle piece goes with what word. Then have them place the pieces under the correct digraph.
~This activity comes with 1 worksheet. Students will cut out the picture puzzle pieces and glue them next to its word. At the bottom of the worksheet is digraphs. Students will use the words from above and write one word under each digraph.
~Words have been cut up into pieces. Students have to match the pieces to create words and then match it to its picture.
~This activity comes with 2 worksheets. 1. Students will use the words from the word match and write them under the correct category. 2. Students will cut out the pictures and glue them under the correct category.
~Oldie but a Goodie. The last game I created goes along with the game Go Fish/Memory. Students find words that match. You can also play the game by giving each student a card and place their match around the room. When you tell them to have them find their match.
Common Core State Standards that are covered in this activity
RF.1.1, RF.1.2, RF.1.3, RF.1.3.c, RF.1.4, RF.1.4.a, RF.1.4.b, RF.1.4.c
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