We work with the consonant diagraph ch- as in "chip".

When you have two unique consonants that together have a single sound that chunk of consonants is referred to as a "consonant diagraph". The most common starting diagraphs are sh, ch, wh, and th. These diagraphs are often referred to as the “h brothers”. You will find these to be the most common jump off points for students in preschool or kindergarten. I always like to start with "sh" by shutting out the lights and saying, well you can guess where I am going with this.

The most common words formed by this diagraph are- suffixes: each, pitch, rich, lunch, and such. prefixes: chair, chin, chip, child, and cheek

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Word Fills

Say the sound that this pair of letters makes: ch Now look at the pictures, and fill in the missing letters.

Diagraphs: ch

Circle the word that names the picture. Write the word that completes each sentence.

Diagraphs: ch

A diagraph is two letters that make a single sound. Say the name of each picture. Then write its name on the line.

Diagraphs Worksheet

Circle the word that has the same beginning sound as the first word.

Diagraphs: ch and sh

Fill in the blank with the correct diagraph.

Picture Me Silly

Say the name of each picture. Circle the pictures that contain the ch sound.

Diagraphs: ch and sh

Choose the correct letters to complete each word.

Word Find

Find the word that matches each picture. Write each word on the correct line.

Those Two Things

Can you think of two things whose name contains the diagraph ch? Draw a picture of each thing. Then write its name on the line.

Scissors and Glue

Say the name of each picture. Cut and glue the correct blend to complete each word.

Empty Sentences

Read each word. Fill in the missing diagraph. Then write the word.

Sentence Bubbles

Say the name of each picture out loud. If you here the diagraph ch at the beginning of the word, color the dot before the picture. If you hear the diagraph ch at the end of the word, color the dot after the picture. If you hear ch at both ends, color both dots.

Sentence Circles

Look at the pictures, and fill in the missing letters. Circle the word that has the same ending sound as the first word.

Bubble Me Plain

Diagraphs found at the beginning or end of the word.

Diagraphs | ch/sh

Read each word. Is it missing a ch sound, or a sh sound? Color in the circle next to the correct missing sound.