Use this game to review reading words with digraphs at the beginning and ending of the word. (sh, ch, and th)
You can play whole group, or in a center.
Place all leaf cards in a pocket chart and hide the butterfly card behind one of them. Have students guess where the butterfly is hidden by reading the word on a leaf card and then looking behind it to see if the butterfly is there. All words in this game have a digraph either at the beginning or end of the word. (sh, ch, or th)
I have provided cards that you can print in color along with black & white cards that can be printed on colored cardstock.
You might also enjoy these other Pocket Chart Games:
Where's the Turtle? (Color & Shape Recognition)
Where's Cupid? (CVC Words)
Where's My Candy? (Closed Syllable/Short Vowel/Blends/Digraphs)
Where's the Spider? (Letter Name, Sound & Number Recognition)
All of these pocket chart games can also be found in a bundle at a discounted price.
Where's the... Pocket Chart Game Bundle
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