This fun 'ai' digraph worksheet combines drawing challenges with reading comprehension skills.
Phase Three Read and Draw
These are a really fun way of checking children’s comprehension of words that should be becoming familiar to them. They should read the sentence which contains sounds and words which they have been learning and then use the instructions to complete each picture. We have a set for each of the Phase 3 sounds and digraphs.
There's a "read and draw" worksheet for each one of the digraphs and trigraphs introduced in Phase Three. These worksheets are fantastic for checking your child's reading comprehension and a really fun activity too, with some intersting drawing challenges!
This clever read and draw worksheet will help the children practise their knowledge of the 'ar' digraph whilst completing some fun pictures.
Here's a fun way to check your child's reading comprehension skills. Ask them to complete the fun drawing challenges on this sheet, which also helps practise the 'ch' digraph.
Here's a fun drawing activity worksheet that also helps the children practise their knowledge of the trigraphs 'ear' and 'air'.
Here's a read and draw worksheet for the digraph "ee". Can the children read the instructions carefully and complete the pictures?
The aim of this worksheet is to complete the pictures by reading the instructions first. A fun activity that also focusses learning on the 'er' digraph.
The trigraph 'igh' can be quite tricky to get to grips with, but this fun read and draw activity helps to reinforce the children's knowledge.
Ask the children to grab their coloured pens or crayons and complete the pictures on this 'oa' digraph read and draw worksheet.
The aim of this 'oi' digraph read and draw worksheet is to read and follow the instructions to complete the fun pictures.
Read the instructions carefully then finish the pictures on this 'oo' digraph read and draw worksheet. You can colour them in too if you like!
Here's a handy read and draw worksheet for the 'or' digraph. Can the children read the instructions then complete the six pictures?
There are 6 pictures for the children to complete on this read and draw worksheet for the 'ow' digraph.
The children need some coloured felt-tip pens or crayons to help them complete the pictures on this set 6 CVC words read and draw worksheet.
Complete the pictures for this set of words containing the 'sh' digraph by reading and following the instructions.
The 'th' and 'ng' digraphs can be tricky to learn, so help the kids practise with this fun read and draw worksheet.
Can the children read the instructions then finish the pictures themselves? A fun way to reinforce learning the 'ur' digraph.