Digraph Decodable Readers Mini Books

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Categories: , , , ,
FluencyIndependent Reading
PhonicsDecodable Texts, Digraphs, High-Frequency Words, Word Families
Learning AreaEnglish
Australian Curriculum CodesAC9E1LY14, AC9EFLY14
Type of ResourcePrintable


Are you looking for low-paper, low-prep digraph decodable readers? These decodable readers use just one piece of paper each and are easy to put together. You’ll get 14 digraph decodable readers that focus on digraph sounds.


These digraph decodable readers will help your students develop decoding and blending skills, phonics skills, HFW knowledge, vocabulary, and fluency.


Your students will love these adorable decodable reader mini-books, the cute characters, and the helpful pre-reading vocabulary lists included.


What’s included:

  • 14 decodable readers. Each reader includes a title page, six pages of reading, and a pre-reading vocabulary list on the back cover, so students can get ready to read.
  • Each reader is printable on one, one-sided piece of paper.
  • Each reader is in printer-friendly black and white – they look great when colored or printed on bright paper! Or students can color their own reader! Fun!
  • Instructions for putting the mini-book readers together. These instructions include a few simple folds and one scissor cut. Each book takes less than 30 seconds to put together! You can literally prep these in your spare!


Digraph Decodable Readers for the following are included:


The Sheep – (sh beginning)

The Wish – (sh ending)

I choose – (ch beginning)

The Beach – (ch ending)

Theo and Thea – (th beginning)

The Bath – (th ending)

Lucky Duck – (ck)

Magic Whistle- (wh)

Quick Queen – (qu)

The Wren – (wr)

The Knight – (kn)

The Photo – (ph)

King and Ming – (ng)

The Trunk – (nk)


High-frequency words included are taken from the Dolch Pre-K (Pre-Primer) list, Dolch Kindergarten List (Primer) and First Grade List. These exceptional words are underlined on the pre-reading vocabulary list. Irregular spelling is highlighted with a heart.


Decodable readers are awesome! Students learn to rely on their phonics skills to decode the text rather than on other clues such as ‘guessing’ and picture clues.


How do i use them in my classroom?

– Guided Reading groups

– EAL/EAS Students

– Home Reading Books – no more worrying about books not returning, or not having enough of a ‘level’ – just print as many as you need!