Each letter of the alphabet makes a different sound. But if you combine certain letters, it will make a completely new sound. If we combine certain letters with the h-sound, it will make a completely new sound. For example: sh, th and ch.
Now that you know how the sh-, th- and ch-sounds look like, you will be able to recognize them and read words as well as sentences.
The more you practice your sounds, words, and sentences, the better you will become at reading.
The resources include word reading activities, sentence reading activities, word cards, sound cards, picture cards, classroom posters, homework reading card, complete plan on how to present this lesson and much more.
The FREE YOUTUBE video that goes along with this lesson:
You can also look at the shorter videos about these sounds: