Diagraph Worksheets To Print:
Single Pair-Sound - There are a lot of sh- in there. You may also find some new prefixes mixed in as well.
Vowel Diagraphs - Time for you to brain storm some words and dig deep in your brain. All of these include a vowel with the consonant.
Recognizing Diagraphs - Look carefully, on the bottom, there are pictures that can help you with this. Sound out every word that you see.
Find the Diagraph - Yes, it is only one of the two words. Be aware that there are many more to come as well.
Multiple Diagraphs! - Some words do contain more than one diagraph. These are sometimes referred to as combos.
Consonant Diagraphs - See how many words you can come up with for each consonant diagraph. Write each word in the correct box. You can get really creative with these.
Ch-, Th-, Sh- - Choose the correct letter pairs to complete each word. Some can fit in more than one space.
Diagraph Happy! - Write four words containing each diagraph below. We do a contest in my room. The longer the word, the more points you get.
Diagraphs - Cut and glue each picture into the box. Write the word in the correct column. You will need some supplies for this worksheet.
Column Lining - Write each word from the word box in the correct column. You might need extra space to work with.
Diagraphs Brainteasers - Study each word below. Then answer the questions. Pictures can help you complete this.
The Blank Beat -
Fill in the blanks below. Then use the words to complete the sentences. Pull apart the sounds within the words, that really helps.
- Fill in the blanks with correct diagraph. Use the pictures below as clues. You may use each diagraph more than once.
Quiet! - Say each word quietly to yourself. Underline the
letter pair in each word. HINT: Some words contain two!
Bold Pictures - The name of each picture that contains a diagraph. Write
the name of each picture.
Spot It - Which letter pair sits on each of the words.
Brainstormer - We give you a letter pair and ask you to think of five words that contain that word chunk.
1 of 3 - Which combo would complete each word?
Word Pictures - Connect each picture to its diagraph and complete the word.
Tracing - Fill in the word and the letters that are gone.
Crazy Columns - Write each word from the word box in the correct column.
Circle It - Some words may
have more than one in them.