Beginning Digraph Worksheets

These free, printable beginning digraph worksheets will give your students practice with words beginning with the digraphs ch, kn, ph, sc, sh, sk, th, tw, wh and wr.

These free, printable beginning digraph worksheets will give your students practice with words beginning with ch, kn, ph, sc, sh, sk, th, tw, wh and wr.

This is another free resource for teachers and homeschool families from www.freewordwork.com.

Add these free, printable beginning digraph worksheets to your phonics resources for you classroom. These pages include pictures to help students match words with meaning.

If you are looking to help your own child and new to phonics instruction, this is a good place to start.

Consonant digraphs are two letters that work together to form a single sound. These are sometimes referred to as consonant phonemes. Often the letters combine to make a new sound. For example, c and h make a completely new sound not found in the English alphabet.

For these pages, I focused on words with beginning consonant digraphs.

Practice with Consonant Digraph Words

Looking for a way to practice these consonant digraph words before using paper and pencil?

Maybe pull out the Play-Doh and have students form the letters of a specific digraph using clay. Once the letters have been formed, make a list of words that start with the digraph.

This is something parents can do at home as well. Simply talking about the words can be a good introduction for kids.

These free, printable beginning digraph worksheets will give your students practice with words beginning with ch, kn, ph, sc, sh, sk, th, tw, wh and wr.

About These Consonant Digraph Worksheets

This set contains 25 printable pages where students will work with words beginning with consonant digraphs. Students will complete words and color pictures while identifying the missing blends.

These pages might fit into your kindergarten, first grade or second grade word work practice.

You will find a range of Consonant Digraph Worksheets for phonics practice. These pages contain the digraphs ch, kn, ph, sc, sh, sk, th, tw, wh and wr.

These pages might offer a challenge to students just beginning to read. If your students are not yet ready for consonant digraphs, begin with short vowel sounds or single letter beginning sounds.

When creating these pages, my goal was to provide you with pages that will engage students. Many of the pages include mazes or other small activities to add a little fun for children.

The engagement piece can be especially helpful during a time of distance learning! Parents will appreciate the little extra these pages provide.

You can download this free set of Consonant Digraph Worksheets here:

Practice Pages

Looking for other phonics practice pages? Try these: Beginning Blend Worksheets.

If you would like more phonics practice pages covering other skills, try my set of CVCe Worksheets.

Thank you to Hidesy’s Clip Art and Kinka Art for the clip art used in creating these resources.

I will continue to add new free resources for teachers to this site. If you have any specific requests, please let me know!

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8 thoughts on “Beginning Digraph Worksheets”

      1. Rebecca Katumba

        Thank you for this wonderful collection!
        Requesting for worksheets on prefixes, suffixes and ending blends

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