Bring some winter fun into your phonics lessons with an interactive Snowglobe Digraph activity.
Chill Out and Learn Consonant Digraphs
A digraph is a two-letter combination that creates one sound. Consonant digraphs can be found at the beginning or the end of a word (or anywhere in between), depending on their sound. Some examples of consonant digraphs include ck, ch, th, sh, ph, wh.
This Google Interactive activity has been designed to help your students become more familiar with consonant digraphs in single-syllable words. The resource includes 25-word building prompts for students to interact with. Each winter-themed slide displays a picture inside a snow globe. Students will click and drag consonant digraph ice cubes to complete the words.
Deliver This Winter Literacy Activity in a Variety of Ways
This versatile ELA resource can be used in various ways to meet your learners’ diverse needs. It can be used as:
- An independent challenge for fast finishers
- A focused, small-group activity with a selection of targeted learners
- A whole-class lesson or revision
Download, Assign, and Practice Using Digraphs
Use the Download button to download the Google Slides version of this resource.
This resource was created by Lisamarie Del Valle, a teacher in Florida and a Teach Starter collaborator.