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Spell Words Where 'ch' Sounds Like 'sh'

In this worksheet, students practise reading and spelling words in which the digraph 'ch' is pronounced 'sh'.

'Spell Words Where 'ch' Sounds Like 'sh'' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:   Grapheme Awareness

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

The letters 'ch' are not always pronounced like they are in the words 'chip' and 'chair'.

Sometimes they sound like 'sh'.

 

moustache

 

chalet

 

In this worksheet you can practise reading and spelling words where 'ch' is pronounced like 'sh'. 

Look at the picture and then choose the correct spelling.

 

Parachute

parachute

parashute

Look at the picture and then choose the correct spelling.

 

chef

chef

shef

Look at the picture and then choose the correct spelling.

 

champagne

shampagne

champagne

Look at the picture and then choose the correct spelling.

 

water slide

water chute

water shute

Look at the picture and then choose the correct spelling.

 

chandelier

shandelier

chandelier

This time, read the list of words containing the letters 'ch'. Tick the words where the 'ch' sounds like 'sh'.

 

Tick three boxes.

chair

brochure

pitch

machine

choose

Charlotte

Use one of the words from the worksheet to fill in the gap in this sentence. Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

Peter loves cooking and he wants to be a __________ when he leaves school.

Use one of the words from the worksheet to fill in the gap in this sentence. Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

We went on a skiing holiday to Switzerland and we stayed in a __________ in the mountains.

Use one of the words from the worksheet to fill in the gap in this sentence. Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

My mum made my school dress on her new sewing __________.

Use one of the words from the worksheet to fill in the gap in this sentence. Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

We looked through the holiday __________ to find a nice hotel.

  • Question 1

Look at the picture and then choose the correct spelling.

 

Parachute

CORRECT ANSWER
parachute
  • Question 2

Look at the picture and then choose the correct spelling.

 

chef

CORRECT ANSWER
chef
  • Question 3

Look at the picture and then choose the correct spelling.

 

champagne

CORRECT ANSWER
champagne
  • Question 4

Look at the picture and then choose the correct spelling.

 

water slide

CORRECT ANSWER
water chute
  • Question 5

Look at the picture and then choose the correct spelling.

 

chandelier

CORRECT ANSWER
chandelier
  • Question 6

This time, read the list of words containing the letters 'ch'. Tick the words where the 'ch' sounds like 'sh'.

 

Tick three boxes.

CORRECT ANSWER
brochure
machine
Charlotte
  • Question 7

Use one of the words from the worksheet to fill in the gap in this sentence. Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

Peter loves cooking and he wants to be a __________ when he leaves school.

CORRECT ANSWER
chef
  • Question 8

Use one of the words from the worksheet to fill in the gap in this sentence. Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

We went on a skiing holiday to Switzerland and we stayed in a __________ in the mountains.

CORRECT ANSWER
chalet
EDDIE SAYS
This word is pronounced 'shallay'. French people do not say the letter 't' at the end of a word.
  • Question 9

Use one of the words from the worksheet to fill in the gap in this sentence. Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

My mum made my school dress on her new sewing __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
machine
  • Question 10

Use one of the words from the worksheet to fill in the gap in this sentence. Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

We looked through the holiday __________ to find a nice hotel.

CORRECT ANSWER
brochure
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