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TnT Weekly Wrap: Free Digraph Worksheet

Welcome to this week’s wrap where I share some of the successes and challenges of being a specialist dyslexia teacher. You’ll notice there is no ‘Minus’ for this week. It’s…

Welcome to this week’s wrap where I share some of the successes and challenges of being a specialist dyslexia teacher.

You’ll notice there is no ‘Minus’ for this week. It’s been a great week and I didn’t have one to share, so thought we’d just stay positive 🙂

Plus – School holidays

I know those of you in America are on your nice long summer vacation, but here in Australia it’s winter and we’ve just started our winter break. Two weeks of no school, or in my case no tutoring. Usually I tutor during the holidays if parents request it, but I felt like I needed a break to re-energize.

As I am a registered tutor for the Dyslexia SPELD foundation I am also required to write semester reports for each of the students I tutor. I like completing these reports as it’s a good opportunity for me to reflect on the semester and note the improvements as well as list future recommendations for each student. I provide a copy of the report to DSF as well as the parent.

I thought you might also like to see a sample of one of the reports. Below is a report for a student in Grade 2, I have removed all identifiable information on the student. Click on each image to view a larger copy.

Sample student report | topnotchteaching.comSample student report | topnotchteaching.com

Free digraph worksheet | topnotchteaching.comInteresting – Free digraph worksheet

I’m linking up with the Teaching Tribune to share in their Worksheet Wednesday. I wanted to share with you a sample page from my Digraph Kits. In my teaching store I have 8 different digraph kits, as well as The Ultimate Digraph Kit that includes all the lessons you’ll need to teach digraphs, including games, worksheets, lesson ideas and activities.

The worksheet I have selected is from the Digraph Activities, Games and Worksheets {ng} pack. It gets your students to select the correct spelling to go with the picture and then students write the word. Click on the picture below to download the worksheet as a PDF.

Free digraph worksheet | topnotchteaching.com

If you’d like more ideas for teaching the digraph ‘ng’, then check out my pack:

Digraph Activities, Games & Worksheets {ng}

To find all of my digraphs packs click on the link:

Digraph Activities

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1 Comment

  1. Pempi

    Thanks for the freebie via the TTT linky. Phonics is taught daily in our school so it is always good to have extra practice sheets available.

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