This week, in phonics, we have started looking at some digraphs where two graphemes that we know come together to form brand new sounds. It has been a tricky concept for some of us. Can you read the four we have done this week, along with the words that follow? The third word in the list ends with a digraph we already know.
Can we see any of these digraphs when we are reading or in signs when we are out and about?
ch: Chat, chin, check
th: thin, moth, thick
sh: ship, shop, shell
ng: ring, song, king