Like the other digraphs, sh joins the sound of letter s sound and the letter h sound. This digraph can be in the beginning or the end of the words. For the kindergarten and the preschool levels, the beginning digraph sh is studied first. Today, I would like to share a digraph sh book list to study the digraph sh with kids
Digraph Sh Book List
A house is a home for you, a nest is a home for a bird, and a cave is a home for a bear. But for some animals a shell is a home. Snails and turtles and crabs and clams all have shells that act as their homes and protect them from harm. This Level 1 Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out picture book is a fascinating exploration of the many creatures that make a home in a shell.
Learn all about shells! This is a great science lesson. You can even get some hermit crabs from the pet store
Whenever you are — inside or outside — there are shapes to discover. And with Tana Hoban’s help you will begin to see them. Look around. How many circles, squares, stars, triangles, hearts, and rectangles can you see? They are everywhere!
Shapes are everywhere. To Tangrams/ -use shapes to make pictures of common things.
Both classroom teachers and vacationing parents will find this little book to be a charmer. Counting from one to twelve, Sue picks up shells–periwinkle, kittens paw, scallop–and carefully adds them to her bucket as a gift for Grandma. She and her friend identify the shells, and when they discover one that still has the mollusk living inside they put it back in the water– learning that shells are actually the (usually) abandoned homes of sea animals.The paperback edition contains a tear-out shell identification card to enhance the hands-on lesson in simple wonders from nature.
The sun and the moon shine down on a young boy as he spends a day by the sea. “Sun shines on the mountains, sun shines on the sea. Sun shines on my pillow, and says wake up to me.” You can make the sunshine/moonshine mini-book (included).
The rhyming misadventures of a group of zany sheep on a pirate ship.
Moonbear tries to outwit his troublesome shadow in this charming reissue of a beloved classic by award-winning author and illustrator Frank Asch.
One sunny day Bear decides to go fishing, but his shadow keeps scaring the fish away, time and time again. Bear tries everything he can think of to get rid of this pesky nuisance. And at last he succeeds—or so he thinks!
Reading this book while studying the digraph sh, you can emphasize the use of digraph sh in the word shadow.
The “lovable muttonheads” are off to the store in search of the perfect birthday gift in this latest in the sheep series of rhymed read- alouds.
“From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere” . . . So begins this classic Beginner Book by Dr. Seuss. Beginning with just five fish and continuing into flights of fancy, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish celebrates how much fun imagination can be. From the can-opening Zans to the boxing Gox to the winking Yink who drinks pink ink, the silly rhymes and colorful cast of characters create an entertaining approach to reading that will have every child giggling from morning to night: “Today is gone. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.”
Originally created by Dr. Seuss, Beginner Books encourage children to read all by themselves, with simple words and illustrations that give clues to their meaning.
The Rainbow Fish is an international best-seller and a modern classic. Eye- catching foil stamping, glittering on every page, offers instant child appeal, but it is the universal message at the heart of this simple story about a beautiful fish who learns to make friends by sharing
his most prized possessions that gives the book its lasting value.
Make a rainbow fish…and, talk about how good it feels to share with others.
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