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Consonant Digraphs 2

In this worksheet, students will revise some sounds. The student will read different consonant digraphs and look at how these sounds are spelled.

'Consonant Digraphs 2' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:  Grapheme Awareness

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

The alphabet is made up of 26 letters. Here they are:

 

Some of these letters are called vowels:

Aa Ee   Ii   Oo Uu

 

The rest are called consonants:

Bb Cc Dd
Ff Gg Hh
Jj Kk Ll
Mm Nn Pp
Qq Rr Ss
Tt Vv Ww
Xx Yy Zz

 

Consonant digraphs are two consonants that join to make a single sound (phoneme). 

Listen to these consonant digraphs.

 

ch
sh
th
ph
wh
ck
ng
ll
kn

 

Listen carefully - you cannot hear each letter.  

Learning these sounds will help you read and spell.

Listen to this sound.

Which digraph makes this sound?

ch

sh

Listen to this sound.

Which digraph makes this sound?

sh

th

Listen to this sound.

Which digraph makes this sound?

c

ck

k

Listen to this sound.

Which digraph makes this sound?

ng

ing

n

Look at this picture.

What is it?

Read the words below and tick the correct one.

wale

whale

Look at this picture.

What is it?

Read the words below and tick the correct one.

a bad fumb

a bad thumb

Look at this picture.

 

 

Press the sound button to hear the word.

Can you spell it correctly below?

Look at this picture.

Press the sound button to hear the word.

Can you spell it correctly below?

Look at this picture.

a knee

 

Which consonant digraph can you see in the word knee?

Look at this picture.

a dolphin

Where is the consonant digraph in this word?

ph is at the end of the word.

ph is in the middle of the word.

  • Question 1

Listen to this sound.

Which digraph makes this sound?

CORRECT ANSWER
ch
  • Question 2

Listen to this sound.

Which digraph makes this sound?

CORRECT ANSWER
th
  • Question 3

Listen to this sound.

Which digraph makes this sound?

CORRECT ANSWER
ck
EDDIE SAYS
These graphemes all make the same sound but a digraph has two letters to make the sound.
  • Question 4

Listen to this sound.

Which digraph makes this sound?

CORRECT ANSWER
ng
EDDIE SAYS
A digraph has two letters to make the sound.
  • Question 5

Look at this picture.

What is it?

Read the words below and tick the correct one.

CORRECT ANSWER
whale
EDDIE SAYS
The word whale starts with the 'wh' digraph.
  • Question 6

Look at this picture.

What is it?

Read the words below and tick the correct one.

CORRECT ANSWER
a bad thumb
EDDIE SAYS
The word thumb starts with the 'th' digraph.
  • Question 7

Look at this picture.

 

 

Press the sound button to hear the word.

Can you spell it correctly below?

CORRECT ANSWER
well
EDDIE SAYS
This time the digraph is at the end.
Well ends with the 'll' digraph.
  • Question 8

Look at this picture.

Press the sound button to hear the word.

Can you spell it correctly below?

CORRECT ANSWER
dish
EDDIE SAYS
This time the digraph is at the end.
Dish ends with the 'sh' digraph.
  • Question 9

Look at this picture.

a knee

 

Which consonant digraph can you see in the word knee?

CORRECT ANSWER
kn
EDDIE SAYS
The word knee starts with the 'kn' consonant digraph.
  • Question 10

Look at this picture.

a dolphin

Where is the consonant digraph in this word?

CORRECT ANSWER
ph is in the middle of the word.
EDDIE SAYS
The word dolphin has the 'ph' digraph in the middle of the word.
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