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Consonant Digraphs

What are digraphs? Digraphs are two inseparable graphemes that spell one sound (phoneme). For example, the word digraph ends with the consonant digraph "ph" which is pronounced as a single phoneme /f/. Two-letter vowel sounds, such as 'oi', are also digraphs.

New to digraphs? Start with our step-by-step skill explainer for consonant digraphs.

Looking for teaching materials? Explore all of our consonant digraphs content below.

Teacher showing diagraphs to students in class.

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