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  • Writer's pictureShameer Bismilla


A digraph is two letters (two vowels or two consonants or a vowel and a consonant) which together make one sound.

A trigraph is a single sound that is represented by three letters, for example, 'scr', 'shr', 'str'.

We used trigraph reading passages from this resource, after introducing the topic through Lucy Calkins' "Units of Study in Phonics".


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