Shake Out the SH!

Students study the /sh/ digraph using a tongue twister chart and practice saying the sound. They examine pictures to decide which contain the /sh/ sound and determine if the sound is at the beginning or end of the word. Next, working with a partner, they examine the book entitled, "Shoe Man" to find words that contain "sh." Finally, they listen for /sh/ words and shake their bodies when they hear one, and complete an assessment worksheet.

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