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Fun Snowball Digraph Sorting Activity

If you’ve been reading this blog for awhile, you know by now I love my Walmart.  I mean I REALLY love Walmart!  The seasonal section is right at the entrance and it’s my very first stop in the store.  I especially love the seasonal section during Christmas.  There are so many items that jump off the shelf shouting “make me into an activity!”

The fun find this week are these cute little snowmen containers (the penguin containers are adorable, too).  I decided that they’d be great for a sorting activity.   Although I have two pictured here, you may want to purchase four as I have digraph snowball pictures for sh, ch, th and wh.  This activity is easily differentiated as you can choose how many digraphs to use for your students to sort.  So, just click the link below to download 19 FREE colorful digraph snowballs.  Happy sorting!

Click the following link to download your FREE digraph snowballs Digraph Snowballs

My new teacher friend, Heidi, developed this recording sheet for the digraph sorting activity.  She sent it to me just to share with everyone. Thanks Heidi!  sort digraph snowball

Be sure to check out other Make, Take & Teach products designed to teach consonant blends and digraphs

Consonant Blends and Digraphs Activity Pack

Cookie Sheet Activities Volume 5- Blends and Digraphs

Clip A Digraph

Bingo Chip Blends and Digraphs

Consonant Blends and Digraph Dominoes

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10 Responses to “Fun Snowball Digraph Sorting Activity”

  1. What a cute activity! Thank you for sharing. My students will love this. :)

    -Margaret Vaughan
    iHeartLiteracy

  2. wendy says:

    Thank YOU, so much! When we go back…I am SOOO making this!
    Happy Holidays!
    wendy
    1stgradefireworks

  3. wendy says:

    Thank You! When we go back I am sooo making this!
    wendy
    1stgradefireworks

  4. Robin says:

    Did you take off the link? I couldn’t find the free download. I was going to purchase your rhyming mitten game too.

    • Julie says:

      Hi Robin- the link is still there. It’s right under the picture of the pdf. Email me at julie.vanalst@gmail.com if you are having trouble with the link and I’ll send it to you. Glad you like the mitten game. The kids really love it. Julie

  5. Robin says:

    Thanks so much! I love these activities and can’t wait to get back to school.

  6. Heidi says:

    So cute, thank you! I made a recording sheet to go with the snowball sort if interested. (I only did sh, ch, th but you could modify)
    hbosco@coventryct.org

  7. Julie says:

    I just laminated these today… can’t wait to use them!

  8. Rebecca says:

    I am so excited to do this project! I am always looking for ways to work on my sons speech at home. He is in kindergarten and we just finished our g & k sounds and finally have them! Its time to move on to bigger and better sounds :) Thank you!

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