Split digraphs

Today we looked at the split digraphs i-e and e-e.

Here are some examples of words containing these split digraphs.
i-e words

e-e words
theme park

We completed a range of activities practicing our reading and writing of the words. We made sure we used sound buttons on our words to support our segmenting and to help us read the unknown words.
If you would like to support your child to use sound buttons, the video below gives a brief overview of how they are used to segment words.

2 thoughts on “Split digraphs

  1. Reuben has been explaining this to different members in his family, also showing them how to spell certain words. It’s definitely going in and they are learning well.

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