It’s time to practice reading. Say the name of the picture at the beginning of the row. Underline the word that begins with the same sound as the picture. Use this creative worksheet to practice reading.
Blends and digraphs are two concepts in phonics that can be challenging for grade 1 and kindergarten students to understand. Blends are two or more letters that make a single sound when they are pronounced together, such as “bl” in “blue” or “st” in “stop”. Digraphs, on the other hand, are two letters that make a single sound, but are pronounced as separate sounds when they are pronounced, such as “sh” in “ship” or “ch” in “chip”.
Worksheets on blends and digraphs can help grade 1 and kindergarten students learn and practice these concepts. These worksheets typically include a list of words with blends or digraphs, and students have to identify the blend or digraph in each word and say the word out loud. For example, a worksheet on blends might include words like “black”, “clap”, “flat”, and “slip”, and students would have to identify the blend in each word and say the word out loud.
By completing these worksheets, students can develop their phonemic awareness, which is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate the individual sounds in words. This is an important skill for early reading and spelling development. Blends and digraphs worksheets can also help students learn to read and spell new words, and can be a fun and engaging way to practice phonics skills.