Monday, February 29, 2016

Digraphs

The past few weeks we have been concentrating on digraphs in our room.  Just one of the many activities we completed was making digraph anchor charts. As a class, we came up with words that started and ended with each digraph.  (We only concentrate on one digraph a day.)  Then throughout the day, the students could come up and add words to the lists that they found in books or around the room.
Digraphs, www.justteachy.blogspot.com


We also played "Where's the Butterfly?"  I hide the butterfly card behind one of the leaf cards, then the students come up and point to a word.  If they read it correctly, they get to look behind it and see if the butterfly is there! (I have them point at the words with a pointer which keeps them from just walking up and grabbing a card before they read it.) 
Digraphs, Where's the Butterfly? www.justteachy.blogspot.com

Digraphs, Where's the Butterfly? www.justteachy.blogspot.com

Digraphs, Where's the Butterfly? www.justteachy.blogspot.com

Digraphs, Where's the Butterfly? www.justteachy.blogspot.com

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