This printable reinforces the phonics concept of consonant digraphs such as ch, sh, th, ck, and wh. A consonant digraph is made from using two consonants which join together to make one single sound.
In this printable, the child will sort the beginning and/or ending digraph gumballs and put them on the corresponding gumball machine. When finished, the child can fill out the recording sheet that is provided.
--2 mats; one gumball machine for beginning and one for ending digraphs
Suggestions, tips, and differentiation:
* Label is provided to turn into a file folder game.
* Can be used in small group or at a literacy center. It can also be used in a whole group lesson using a pocket chart.
* For assessment purposes.
* Progress monitoring
* Students can play a game with gumballs. Students can challenge each other to see who can match the most or fill up their gumball machine.
Gone Fishin for Digraphs
With this particular game, graphics have been supplied for use as the sticker. The star goes on the backs of the beginning digraph circles. The sun goes on the ending digraph circles. Glue them on before laminating. After putting all circles on the gumball machines, have child turn over the cards. If the graphics match, they are correct. The graphics are on top of the gumball machines as a reminder.
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