This week in spelling we are learning about consonant digraphs. Consonant digraphs are two letters that work together to make a single sound.
Focus: ch and sh
*To remember the ch sound chant "Chugga! Chugga! Choo! Choo!". To remember the sh sound chant "Hush, there's a baby. Shush! Shush!"
Most weeks we will not give you an exact list because we want the boys to learn the focus skill for that week. Here are some example words that you can practice this week.
Example Words: chop, chat, shot, chap, chin, ship, chip, shop, shed, dish, mesh, shut, dash, fish, mush
Red Words (These are sight words that will be on the test.): any, is, you Review red words: went, said
Looking for ways for extra practice? Go to Spelling City. Click on the link below. Look for the focus of the week.