Consonant Digraphs

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A consonant digraph is made up from two consonants which join together to produce a single sound. The most common consonant digraphs are ch-, sh-, th-, ph- and wh-.

The following diagram gives some examples of the consonant digraphs, ch, sh, th, ph and wh. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions.

Consonant Digraphs


Learn about digraphs. Digraphs have two letters that blends to make one sound. Learn about the digraphs: sh, th, ch, ph and wh.

Cliff Hanger and the Chuckling Chickens - ch sound

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Cliff Hanger and the sheep on a ship - sh words

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