This free collection of activities for consonant digraphs is designed to help you work on phonics skills with your students.
When a student is working on consonant digraphs, we find that the having a larger variety of practice options can be helpful. When a way we have attempted to teach the phonics skill does not work, we like to have other options quickly available.
We find that students often need many opportunities to practice consonant digraphs.
We always struggle with finding enough resources to help our students with these letter combinations so we’ve put together our own activities.
These consonant digraph activities provided below focus on wh, th, sh and ch.
Many of the printables are designed to be printed on card stock and laminated for durability. Some of the resources might also be sent home for parent practice. Sometimes giving students a word sort to complete with parents can be more meaningful than having students fill in a worksheet. Encourage your families to become a part of this at home practice by provided a hands on activity.
As this is an older post, each resource is provided as an individual download below. Click on the bold title to access each printable.
Within this collection you will find the following resources:
Large WH Words We like to give each student a word and then the students sort themselves according to the sound the wh makes in their word. We have included a sign you can use to have students find their spots.
Large CH Words We like to give each student a word and then the students sort themselves according to the sound the ch makes in their word. We have included a sign you can use to have students find their spots.
Digraph Word Hunt Students find words containing each digraph in their books.