Consonant Digraph Worksheets To Print:
"Sh" Words - Find the words in the puzzle that match each picture. Do not lose sight of the chunks of consonants in the matrix of letters.
ch, th, sh, or tch? - Which consonant chunk completes the words? Be careful with your use of ch and tch. We will be using the letter duos of ch, th, sh, or tch in this worksheet.
ch | sh | th - Which choice of diagraph completes the words? There may be a few instances where more than one fits. Besides completing words here, you will be finishing off sentences.
The Big Test - Read the story fully. Fill in the blanks with ch, sh or th. There are about twenty blanks that they would like you complete.
Fill in the Blank - More letter chunk activities. This adds for a nice level of practice. They are words that you will frequently use.
Boxed Up Sounds - Find the picture that matches the box. Some boxes might be a bit confusing. Just look at each one carefully.
"Ch" Words - More puzzles for you to play with. These are very fun for students. There are no letter prompts for you to work off of. You will need to rely on your visual vocabulary.
Write the Sound - Love the ears on this guy! They are look cool! Say the name of the picture out loud and try to identify where the consonant diagraph is within the word.
Mighty Thunderbolts - This one would make Zeus proud. You will color the words based on the diagraph that they exhibit and then you will use these words within a sentence.
th | ch Word Bank - Don't forget about the choices in the word bank. This is a nice cut and paste activity.
More Word Banks - Which words match the three patterns? Group them. You will work off of a vocabulary bank here.
Go Jane! - Fill in the blanks. Use the pictures below as clues. You will need to complete each associated word first and then place them within the paragraph.
In the Kitchen - A humble crossword for you. This puzzle is very educational in the approach that it takes.