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Digraph Activities, Games & Worksheets {ck}

Are you after some new ideas to support your teaching of digraphs? Maybe you’ve already spent time working on digraphs with your students, but what you need now are some other ideas to review the concepts you’ve already taught. This digraph pack will provide you with fun, hands on activities and games for teaching the digraph /ck/.$

H Brothers anchor chart after our word sorting mini-lesson. I wrote the words a head of time on flash cards and then let the kiddos sound out the words and glue them on the chart according to which digraph the word had. Now, this anchor chart lives in our word work center so that the kiddos can practice reading and making H Brother words.

from Teacher Created Resources

Other Ways to Say Chart

Other ways to say... - This will help you write your narratives. Don't be afraid to learn some new vocabulary!

from Second Story Window

“Chunk” Spelling

How we use "chunk spelling" to make differentiated spelling lists for our students and why we don't use Words Their Way for spelling homework. Free downloads for using chunk spelling in your class. // Second Story Window

FLUENCY - Work Station, Game, Teaching Strategy. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.1.4 Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.1.4.a Read grade-level text with purpose and understanding.

from The Measured Mom

14 Free sorting mats for rhyming words

This rhyming word activity is one of my son's favorites! I love that it's a rhyming word sort.