Consonant Digraphs

Consonant digraphs are two or three letters that come together to make one sound. Try sharing this song with students to practice the consonant digraphs. The PDF below includes a copier ready version of the song. Also, there is a version without the example words at the end of each line. Students can add their own words following each of the digraph patterns. 

Click here for a PDF of both versions of the song!

Consonant Digraphs

Tune: Bingo

I can read words with s and h.
Here is the sound that they make:
Sh, sh, sh, sh, shop.
Sh, sh, sh, sh shake.
Sh, sh, sh, sh ship.
S and h make the sh sound!

I can read words with c and h.
Here is the sound that they make:
Ch, ch, ch, ch, chin.
Ch, ch, ch, ch, chop.
Ch, ch, ch, ch, chalk.
C and h make the ch sound!

I can read words with p and h.
Here is the sound that they make:
Ph, ph, ph, ph, phone.
Ph, ph, ph, ph, phase.
Ph, ph, ph, ph, graph.
P and h make the ph sound!

I can read words with t and h.
Here is the sound that they make:
Th, th, th, th, thick.
Th, th, th, th, think.
Th, th, th, th, thin.
T and h make the th sound!

I can read words with c and k.
Here is the sound that they make:
Ck, ck, ck, ck stick.
Ck, ck, ck, ck sock.
Ck, ck, ck ck puck.
C and k make the ck sound!

I can read words with w and h.
Here is the sound that they make:
Wh, wh, wh, wh, whale.
Wh, wh, wh, wh, whip.
Wh, wh, wh, wh, white.
W and h make the wh sound!

I can read words with t, c, h.
Here is the sound that they make:
Tch, tch, tch, tch, watch.
Tch, tch, tch, tch, switch.
Tch, tch, tch, tch, witch.
T, c, h makes the tch sound!

Variation: Leave the words off the end of each line. Have students choose their own words to fit into each space.

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