Digraphs and Trigraphs

Do you know your digraphs and trigraphs? In Grade K, I learnt all about digraphs and trigraphs. I really enjoyed learning all about them.

These are the digraphs that I learnt so far in Grade K:

ch, sh, ng, th, qu, ck, nk, ee, ai, oa, oi, ow, ar, ur, or, er, tt, ea, mm, ay, ph, ff, pp, ir, bb, ck, ll, oy, aw, wh, ew, oo, oo.

The “oo” has different sounds, that’s why I put another **oo**.

Here are some pictures to show you what I mean. This is the ch digraph.

Digraphs can be found at the beginning, middle or the ending of words. Look at this “th” digraph. Do you see what I mean?

Here are some words with some of the other digraphs:

These are the trigraphs I have learnt so far in Grade K:

igh, ure, ear, ire, air.

Here are some words with these trigraphs.

I looked through my book to make sure that I didn’t miss any digraphs and trigraphs. I look forward to learning some more in Grade 1.

7 thoughts on “Digraphs and Trigraphs

  1. Cheryl

    Great work Kiki. Your teacher should be proud of you right now. I know that your Mommy is very proud and I am very proud too.
    Continue to pay attention in class so that you can teach me some more exciting things.
    May God continue to bless you. Your grandma loves you a lot.

  2. Tr. Rowmelda

    I’m a very proud teacher!!! Kearah is always the first to exclaim “NEW LETTER SOUNDS, HOORAY”!!!!! Along with her classmates. It was such a pleasure to hear you read, you really brought the story alive today. I can see that you really enjoy reading! KEEEEEEEEEEEP READING. ?

  3. Maria Gregoriadou

    Hello there Kiki!
    Whatever it is that we learn ??️, when this is accompanied by pictures is even more amazing!
    Can you provide examples with the different sounds of “oo”?
    Thank you! Keep up the good work! ?
    Take care,
    Maria ??

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