Skill: digraph  th (breath & voice sound)

A digraph has two letters, but one completely new sound.

Put your fingers in front of your mouth and say “thank”. Can you feel the air as it is expelled from your mouth? Can you guess why it is called a “breath” sound?

Read these words.

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(th  breath sound)

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thank thing thrust
thick think thud
thicket thrift thug
thickness thrill thump
thin throb thwack
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 (th  voice sound) (audible)

than them this
that then thus

Can you think of two more words that have either the breath or voice (th) sound?


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Dictation/Spelling Practice for (th) words


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Read the sentences listed below.

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Write one or two sentences and include one or more (th) words in each sentence.


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