Shhh! Be Quiet
Teach the digraph sh with your learners. First, model the sound the digraph makes. Then, have learners spell a variety of words that use the target sound. Finally, read Shoe Man, where learners can hear the words in context.
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The Reading Road: Digraphs
Scrambling to find phonics resources to teach young readers about consonant digraphs? Your search is over. These teacher-led activities and reading passages expose children to dozens of new words that include the sh, ch, th, ph, and tch...
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
The Letter Q Song
What letter comes after P? Why, the answer is Q! Through an operetta-themed song, the alphabet learning video showcases all words that begin with the letter Q. The video also reinforces Qu words to emphasize the beginning sound.
2 mins Pre-K - 1st English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Splish Splash We All Took a Bath
Learners become aware that when certain letters are put together in a word they are said with a single mouth move. Through modeling and a variety of guided practice activities they explore the /sh/ phoneme. They read and identify 'sh'...
K - 2nd English Language Arts
Shhh! I'm trying to learn this digraph
First graders identify the digraph /sh/ in written and spoken language. After a brief discussion of the independent and combined sounds of the phonemes /s/ and /h/ students practice identifying initial and final placement of the new...
1st English Language Arts