Digraphs are two letters that make one sound. Consonant digraphs are two adjacent consonants that produce one speech sound. Digraphs are not blends. You can read about digraphs and blends in detail by checking this post. In this post, I will be sharing reading comprehension for digraphs sh ch th and wh.
The first passage is for sh sound words. Read the passage and highlight the sh words. Before attempting the sh words passage, do try the free sh words worksheets that I have prepared. I have focused on short vowel words which are for kindergarteners to decode.
The next paragraph is for ch sound words. Read the passage and highlight the ch words. Before attempting the ch words passage, do try the free ch words worksheets that I have prepared. Children will come across new sight words in these passages. It is a good idea to take up important sight words before the passages are read.
The next comprehension that I have prepared is for th sound words. Read the passage and highlight the th words. Before attempting the th words reading passage, do try the free th words worksheets that I have prepared. The reading passages are followed by a small exercise where the children complete the sentences based on the passage they have read.
I have prepared a ‘digraphs game’ for reading and practicing short vowel digraph words. Your kids will love it. I have covered ‘sh ch th nch tch wh’ words. It is a great way to read and practice reading digraph words. You can download it by clicking on the above image.
The last passage is for ‘wh words.’ Read the passage and highlight the wh words. Most question words such as what, why, when, where, whose, which, whom, who, etc. begin with wh.
If your children are not confident reading passages as yet, try my digraphs sentences with pictures pack.
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