Miss Amie’s Kindergarten Class EDU 290. W 7-9:50 Due: March 24, 2010
The brothers live on the edge of town and are called the ‘H Brothers’ because they all have an H in their name. Smarty Pants Publishing "The Story of the H Brothers."
Digraphs are when 2 letters make the sound of just 1 letter. Ch Sh Th Wh Clip Art
Charlie is the oldest brother and loves chocolate and cherries. He loves to play with trains. He’s always making a “Chooo – Chooo” sound. Clip Art "The Story of the H Brothers." Click to see CH words Click to go to next digraph
Chain Chips Chair Chin Chew Chow Chef Change Cheek Other words that begin with CH: Clip Art "Consonant Digraphs."
Shane is the second oldest brother. He likes ships and is very shy. He likes it when it’s quiet, so he’s always saying “Shhhh…” with his finger at his lips. Clip Art "The Story of the H Brothers." Click to see SH words Click to go to next digraph
She Shed Shop Shot Shoe Shut Shell Shine Shark Other words that begin with SH: "Consonant Digraphs."
Theo is the younger brother to Charlie and Shane. He loves giving the thumbs-up symbol and loves thunderstorms. He is always sticking his tongue out at others! Clip Art "The Story of the H Brothers." Click to see TH words Click to go to new digraph
The Then Thud Thin Them Throw Three Thick Think Other words that begin with TH: Clip Art "Consonant Digraphs."
The youngest brother is Whitaker. He is learning out to whistle and is always asking questions with a confused expression while shrugging his arms. Clip Art "The H Brothers: ch, th, sh, and wh." Click to see WH words Click to skip WH words
Who Why What When Whole White Whisker Whale Wheel Other words that begin with WH: Clip Art "Consonant Digraphs."
But do the digraphs always have to be at the beginning of words? YESNO
Placement: The digraphs are not always at the beginning of the words. They can be at the end of words. Ex: Bath Or they can be in the middle of words. Ex: Coaches Israel For the CH, SH, TH, WH song click here!
R.WS.00.02 recognize that words are composed of sounds blended together and carry meaning. R.WS.00.07: follow familiar written text while pointing to matching words. R.WS.00.08 narrow possibilities in predicting words using initial letters/sounds(phonics), patterns of language (syntactic), and picture clues (semantic). The kindergarten class will be able to: Differentiate between ch, sh, th, and wh. Determine which words start with ch, sh, th, or wh. "Grade Level Content Expectations"
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