My Scrub-a-Dub-Dub Digraphs game is brand-new and can be played multiple ways to help your students master digraphs.
Students can sort the word or picture cards to the correct digraph bathtub depending on their skill level. They can also match the word to the correct picture as well!
After students finish playing the game, they can complete this worksheet to get even more practice on digraphs, and it could be a quick assessment for you to see if they know their digraph sounds.
If you are still working on the alphabet and sounds, check out this “sweet” game!
Students can match uppercase and lowercase letters, match letters to their beginning sound, or match all 3!
My class loves games, so I incorporate game boards into a lot of my centers. I also use the same board over and over and just switch out the cards! Here, students are drawing a card and saying what beginning sound they hear, or what sound that letter makes. If correct, they can roll the dice and move around the game board.