Sh - It's Time to be Quiet
Students explore the /sh/ digraph and discover how it is pronounced. They practice writing the 'sh' digraph and recite /sh/ tongue twisters. They read 'Tish the Fish' and write sentences about the book in which 'sh' appears at least once.
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