This unit concentrates on the digraph sh. I have included a huge variety of words and activities to practice this concept!
In this unit you will find:
-3 different “Write the Room” activities with student response sheets
-clip cards (pic to word) and response sheet for a center activity
-7 different roll and cover games with coordinating dice and covers
-2 different “Scoot” games and response sheet
-Mixed up sentences containing sh words and response sheet
-Roll, Say, Keep game mats with 2 different word cards (one with just words and one with words and pic clue for differentiation/scaffolding) and a response sheet
- word work/word building cards and coordinating mats- children look at the picture, spell the word then check the card to see if they got the spelling correct(self checking). Then, they write the word, using a dry erase marker
-60 break apart/puzzle word to picture cards with response sheet
- “I Have Who Has” game
-“Find the missing socks!” Pocket Chart word to pic matching activity and student response sheet
-“Find the missing sheriff badges!” Pocket Chart word to pic matching activity and student response sheet
-Read and check cards- Self checking cards-the student reads the word, checks to see if they read it correctly and then writes it on their response sheet.
-“The Sheriff Badge Game”- badges with “sh” that you put on a “wand” (straw or popsicle stick) and the children use to supply the “sh” to the words as they read. This is a great warm up for guided reading. I have also included directions for using it as a 3rd “Write the Room” activity or center. I have also included a student response sheet.
-Round Robin (Kagan-like Structure reading sh words group game (And instructions on how to use/do this structure with your class with this game incase you are unfamiliar with it! Game is great for small groups to use at the same time and you can do a quick check for mastery! Or use in a center or small guided reading group. I have included 2 types of cards (with and without pic prompts) for differentiation/scaffolding.
-“Let’s Play Horseshoes!” Sorting mats, sorting cards. Children sort the cards by where the sh is located: beginning, middle or end.
-An “sh” interactive booklet that contains different activities to do with words that contain beginning and ending sh words. (Great for morning work or guided reading!)
I have also included 13 different worksheets/printables that include: word building, word to pic matching, writing words with “sh”, read and draw and mixed up sentences.
So many fun ways to teach and practice the digraph “sh”! Your kids will be learning and having fun! Win-win!