These free th- digraph worksheets are a great way for children to learn to recognize and spell digraphs. These the words worksheets are perfect for kindergarten and first grade students to practice. Simply print the th worksheets and you are ready for a no-prep review at home or school.
If you are learning about digraphs, these handy th words worksheets are going to come in handy! Simply print the th worksheets to work on the th sound at the beginning and end of words. Use these free printable digraph worksheets help kindergartners and grade 1 students practice reading and spelling skills. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler, you will love these th sound worksheets as an quick addition to your learning.
There are fifteen pages in this printable pack which contain the following activities:
Though the majority of this activity comes in black and white only, the pages of puzzles at the end of the pack come in color.
As children progress in phonics they work on digraphs and blends. Digraphs are two consonants that make one sound such as /TH/ sys thumb. Consonant blends have two constonants that each still make their own sound such as . If you are looking for more blends for kids games, worksheets, and activities? Check out these resoures or see all our digraph activities or consonant activities.
Mastered digraphs? Move on to trigraphs for kids! These words are 3 constonants that make one sound such at
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