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Letter Tiles---Digraphs and Trigraphs

Letter Tiles---Digraphs and Trigraphs
Letter Tiles---Digraphs and Trigraphs
Letter Tiles---Digraphs and Trigraphs
Letter Tiles---Digraphs and Trigraphs
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Letter tiles are an amazing resource that afford teachers endless opportunities and ideas of use. Print out this product and use today--great for tactile and visual learners!

This product includes an uppercase and lowercase alphabet set, with vowels in red for easy identification. It also includes all digraphs and trigraphs--one set in blue and the other in black.

Directions for use: Print word building tiles on white paper Keep each set of tiles in its own plastic Ziploc bag, or other individual storage device.

Tips:
For sturdier tiles use cardstock and laminate
Place a label on the back of each tile (purple dot, blue dot, red dot, etc.) this ensures letter sets are not mixed and pieces don’t go missing.

Suggested Activities:
-Letter matching (match upper case with lower case, use letter tile mat, etc.)
-Beginning and ending sounds (use pictures to match letter and its sound with beginning sound or ending sound of a picture)
-Practicing the alphabet (placing letters in alphabetic order)
-Spelling (stretch out sounds in word, pull letters to match the sounds and spell the word)
-Letter Name Game– call out a letter and have the child pull the letter tile that matches the letter you called
-Letter Sound Game—say a letter sound and have the child pull the letter tile that matches the sound you said.
-Sight word practice
-Manipulation of phonemes (Spell the word cat, now change cat to bat, change bat to rat, etc.)
-Decoding—Segment and then blend simple words


Tips for digraphs and trigraphs:
-Digraphs and trigraphs are two (or three) consonants that together make one sound.
-Sh, th, ch, and wh are typically taught together as they are the most common. Many people refer to them as the “h brothers.”
-Teach using visuals and actions (sh…someone whispering, ch as a choo choo whistle, wh as someone whistling, th as the tongue between the teeth.)
-Generally digraphs are taught after CVC words
Total Pages
11 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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