FREE Spring Digraph Puzzles

Spring is finally here! What better way to get your students in the mood than bring spring into their learning. These Spring Digraph Puzzles will have your students engaged and excited about their learning.
FREE Spring Digraph Puzzles to help kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade practice identifying blends in words - ch, ph, sh, th, and wh (reading, grade 1, grade 2, homeschool, free printable, literacy center)



Spring Digraph Puzzles includes 5 digraph puzzles in color and black and white options.


These blends cover the following digraphs: ch, ph, sh, th, and wh.


Each puzzle contains five pieces. One piece has an umbrella and raindrops with the digraph. The remaining four pieces each have a different picture of something that contains the corresponding digraph.


Digraphs

spring literacy center idea

It is recommended that you print these on cardstock and laminate prior to use. This will allow you to reuse this printable year after year! Next cut out each puzzle. I prefer to cut out each puzzle with a paper cutter and then go back and cut the puzzles out with scissors. Each puzzle will have two pieces.


Doing Spring Digraph Puzzles

consonant blends

Students will start this activity by placing all of the puzzles pieces on the floor. First, they will use an umbrella digraph puzzle piece. I would always encourage my students to say and trace the digraph with their finger.


digraphs

Next, they will sort through all of the puzzle pieces looking for the puzzle pieces that matches the the digraph.


spring blends activity for kids

Once all four digraphs have been placed around the umbrella puzzle piece, the puzzle is complete.
Students will continue these steps until all puzzles have been finished.

digraph puzzles in black and white

What I LOVE about these is that there is a black and white option. This allows students to take ownership in their learning and decorate their own puzzles. I promise they will have so much fun.


Differentiating Spring Digraph Puzzles Puzzles

Younger students, and even struggling students, may overwhelmed by all twenty puzzles at once. If this is the case, it is recommended that you provide students with only a portion of the puzzles. Once they master those, then you can slowly add in more puzzles until all twenty are included.

Looking for more spring activities? Try Flower Names - Name Building ActivityFlower Blend Match-Ups, or these cute Insect Counting Mats


More FUN Blends Activities

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Beth Gorden
Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is a homeschooling mother of six who strives to enjoy every moment with her kids through hands-on learning, crafts, new experiences, and lots of playing together. Beth is also the creator and author of 123 Homeschool 4 Me where she shares 1000+ free printables, creative homeschool lessons, crafts, and other fun ideas to help preschool and homeschooling families have fun while learning and exploring together.