Do you ever feel like your kids need a small review of previous lessons? I was reading with Royal the other day and he just plain forgot what sound -sh makes. He’s a great reader so I was a bit confused. I think he might have been having a brain fart, if you will, but it reminded me that sometimes he needs a bit of review too! That’s part of the reason I make easy reader books, like this digraph easy reader. It’s just a short review and they love these books.
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My kids are just loving these easy reader books so I keep making more and more! Plus, it’s fun to make some silly stories to share with them. This book is all about the digraph -th.
How to Set Up the Digraph Easy Reader Book
Just cut the pages apart, and staple together! Only the first and last two pages need to be in order. The rest can be added a bit haphazardly! We just use regular paper because these books tend to be well read before we’re done. They wouldn’t last more than one season even with cardstock.
Turkey is day dreaming about what he wants. Does he want a throne? No. A thumb? What? No! A throne? Not that either!
How about some thread! Yes, turkey wants some thread to sew himself a hat and, apparently, boots too!
The idea of this little book is just to get the kids reading the -th words! The th- words in this book are throne, thorn, thumb, and thread.
There are two extra pages included! One is a dot page where they dot only the words with th- in them. The other is a word search with a bit of writing at the bottom. They’re not fancy, just meant to be a little extra review!
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