This is my BIGGEST game yet & includes the following digraphs: WH, TCH, CH, PH, TH, CK & SH! Print out cards on card stock, laminate, cut & use for years to come! My kids LOVE this game! This can be used in a Work Work station in Daily 5 or as a literacy station. This can be used for your at risk, on-level, or advanced students depending on your grade level. This can be used in an RTI group or larger group depending on how many game boards you have. Print as many games as you want for one class only though. I will be making this game for dolch words,contractions, compounds, blends, dipthongs, nonsense, Fry's first 100, 200 & 300 words, addition & subtraction games! So get all those Candy Land boards & game pieces from your family & friends & let your students have a blast learning their long vowels with a familiar game board! Check out my blog @ http://www.seusstastic.blogspot.com
Love the variety of games I can interchange depending on what we are doing in the classroom at that time!!
November 15, 2012
November 15, 2012
Child loves this
November 9, 2012
October 29, 2012
My 2nd grade intervention groups absolutely LOVED this game! We did it last week and they are asking every day to play it again! Thanks for helping me make digraphs fun and engaging!
Jenn @ 2nd grade Snickerdoodles
October 22, 2012
October 7, 2012
My children love the Candyland games. Thank you!
October 4, 2012
October 1, 2012
Great game! I am going to purchase the rest as those skills come up this year!
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I noticed that there is no "gingerbread boy" card and no "ice cream cone" card in the set. There is a purple dot on one of the special cards and another with a snowflake. My candyland game board has no purple dot or snowflake space. Could you explain to me how you intended these two cards to be used and are you able to add a gingerbread card and an icecream card to the set so that it would match the board?
This game looks fantastic, but I noticed the font is mixed case (i.e. CHaT). My students are currently learning about writing in proper case and this would not be a good example for them. Is there any way you can have another version in correct case (either all upper, all lower, or only first letter capitalized)?
It would take entirely too long to change the fonts. The games I am currently working on have a different font. My first grade students, K students & 2nd grade students in my building don't have a problem & have never asked about the font.
I am a first grade teacher & absolutely love my job! This is my 8th year teaching first grade. I used to teach kindergarten for 2 years as well. Check out my blog http://www.seustastic.blogspot.com for TONS of ideas & freebies!