Expose your students to the most common consonant digraphs with this set of 10 digraph anchor charts.
Consonant Digraphs… Two Letters, One Sound!
Let’s start with the tricky terminology! In the world of phonics, a digraph is a two-letter combination that creates one sound. The English language consists of both consonant digraphs and vowel digraphs. Consonant digraphs can be found at the beginning or the end of a word (or anywhere in between), depending on the sound they make.
A Great Addition to Your Classroom Phonics Display
The set of anchor charts highlights a variety of consonant digraphs. Each poster shows the digraph and a variety of words and images containing that digraph. The consonant digraphs included in the printable anchor chart pack are:
qu (as in queen), wr (as in wrap), wh (as in why), th (as in thin), sh (as in sheep), ph (as in phone), ng (as in ring), kn (as in knot), ch (as in chest), ck (as in truck).
In addition to displaying these posters in your classroom, you might like to try some of these great ideas!
📝 Create a fill-in-the-blank worksheet by removing selections of text.
📂 Place copies in students’ homework folders for reference.
💻 Provide posters as digital resources for virtual students.
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