Blends and digraphs are an advanced skill that young learners need a lot of practice with so you’ll definitely want to grab these Blends and Digraphs Activities & Centers for Early Learners. Make practice hands-on and engaging for your students, so learning doesn’t feel like work!
Blends and Digraphs Activities and Centers
There are so many building blocks in early reading. Students first recognize letters. Then they understand that letters make sounds. Next, they realize that you can put those sounds together to make words. And now they are blending sounds and combining letters to make one sound.
These Blends and Digraphs Centers and Activities are sure to get them excited about practicing these advanced skills!
This resource will help your students practice 20 different blends and 4 digraphs. With over 200 pages of activities that are low-prep for you and super engaging for your students, you will love this resource!
These activities are NOT themed to any specific holiday or month, so you can use them any time of the year!
But if you’re looking for themed centers to add to your teacher toolbox, I have a great bundle of Themed Math and Literacy Centers that you will love!
Check out a few of the activities in this blends and digraphs resource pack below…
I love clip cards, because they are fun for students, provide focused work on skills, and let kiddos work on fine motor skills!
With these blend and digraph clip cards, students will look at the picture on the card, and move the clothespin to the correct blend or digraph listed.
Clip cards are great, quick activities for fast finishers, centers, small groups, or independent centers. These are also a great option to send home with students for extended literacy practice.
These super cute mini-books are the perfect addition to your literacy centers. Your students will love coloring their very own book!
Each book focuses on one blend or digraph, and all of the pages have objects that start with that sound.
What’s also nice about these books is that there is no cutting or stapling. They are just one page and can simply be folded.
Blending Up Blends
Blends have never been sweeter or more fun than with this Blending Up Blends activity. This is one of my favorites, and it’s one of my kids’ favorites too!
Students sort the fruit cards based on the blend represented by the picture and place the blends on the correct blender mat.
There are many ways to adjust this activity to the needs of your students. There are fruit cards with just a picture, or there are fruit cards with the blend at the top for children that need extra support. Plus, you can can choose to have students focus on finding one blend, or put out all the cards and sorting mats and have students sort them all at once for a challenge!
Even More Activities!
These are just a few of the activities included in the Blends and Digraphs Activities and Centers. Take a peek at the rest of the activities in this amazing pack of resources:
- Differentiated Puzzles (with matching version for support)
- Writing Centers
- Pocket Chart Sort (with differentiated version for support)
- Bowling for Blends (with differentiated version for support)
- Cookie Jar Digraph Sort (with differentiated version for support)
- Black and white copies of every activity!
This pack will have your students excited and asking to work on blends and digraphs!
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