Phonics: Consonant Digraphs
A consonant digraph, also known as a consonant phoneme, is a pair of consonants that make a single sound. Ch, th, sh, and wh are the most common consonant digraphs.
This page has links to our sections with phonics digraph worksheets.
This page has over 20 worksheets for teaching the ch digraph. Includes cut-and glue activities, card games, worksheets, flashcards, word sliders, and more.Consonant Digraph: Sh
Here you'll find a large selection of printables for teaching the sh digraph. Your students will enjoy the word wheels, reading sliders, mini-books, and sorting game.Consonant Digraph: Th
This page has worksheets for teaching the two /th/ sounds. (The letters th make two sounds: There's buzzing-th, as in then. There's also unvoiced-th, as in thick.) Teach students about these two sounds with these activities.Consonant Digraph: Wh
Help your students learn to read and write words with the wh digraph. Words include which, whale, white, whistle, and wheel.Consonant Digraphs: Ch and Sh (Mixed)
Learn to differentiate between the /ch/ and /sh/ sounds with these printable activities. Includes picture and word sorts, mini-books, and practice worksheets.Phonics: Consonant Blends
This section of our site will link you to over 100 worksheets for teaching consonant blends. Includes bl, br, cl, cr, dr, fl, fr, gl, gl, pl, pr, sc, sl, sn, and tr.All Phonics Worksheets (Full Index)
Browse through thousands of phonics worksheets on STW. Topics include phonemic awareness, blends, digraphs, diphthongs, long vowel sounds, and short vowel sounds.