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Consonant Digraphs

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on 19 July 2013

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Transcript of Consonant Digraphs

Consonant Digraph
sh-
Consonant Digraph
ch-
Thaw
The ice began to
thaw
when the sun came out.
Consonant Digraph
th-
Mandy had
three
apples.
Three
Throw
Nick likes to
throw
the ball outside.
Thank
The class said "
Thank
you" to Miss Roberts for coming to teach dance.
They
They
were talking to their friends.
Thorn
Ren was pricked by a
thorn
on the rose bush.
Ship
The pirate
ship
sailed on the water.
Shoe
Emily could tie the laces on her
shoe
.
Shelf
The teacher put all of the books on a
shelf
.
Shape
Charlie’s favorite
shape
is a square.
Shark
The
shark
was swimming in the ocean.
Shut
Make sure to
shut
the door on your way out!
Shell
Turtles like to hide in their
shell
.
Chin
Marley strapped her bicycle helmet under her
chin
.
Chalk
I write on the board with
chalk
.
Chair
Henry sat on his
chair
to read.
Child
The
child
liked to play with her toys.
Cheer
When our friend does something neat, we all
cheer
!
Chart
You can find our vocabulary words on the word
chart
.
Cheese
Cheese
is a tasty treat for mice.
Consonant Digraphs
First Grade

Standard 3
(Phonics and Word Recognition): Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.

Know the spelling-sound correspondences for common consonant digraphs (two letters that represent one sound).
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