This bundle includes 20 board games that help practice a broad range of phonics skills while keeping kids interested and engaged. The games provide a variety of opportunities to practice all 6 syllable types (bossy r, magic e, vowel teams, consonant-le, open, and closed) both in isolation and in conjunction with all 6 syllable division rules (compound words, consonant-le, prefixes/suffixes, VCCCV, VCCV, VCV, and VV). It also includes games that cover additional skills (such as 3 sounds of –ed, hard/soft c&g, suffix rule words, silent letters, etc.) and variations of concepts, presented in structured, sequential way that progress through the Orton-Gillingham scope and sequence.
This comprehensive set of games is a great value and is perfect for teachers/tutors to use as new skills are introduced or reviewed and to differentiate for diverse groups! A brief description of the various patterns/rules, examples, and directions are included, but this game is an adaptation of the classic Connect Four/Tic-Tac-Toe game (with a fun twist), so kids catch on very quickly.
For other great games spanning the entire Orton-Gillingham scope and sequence, be sure to check out my store! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Hattie-Knox
As an added bonus, these games help hone crucial executive skills such as sustained attention, auditory/visual working memory, controlling impulsive behaviors, organization, planning/prioritization, flexibility, and emotional control along with social skills like listening, taking turns, problem-solving, honesty, and sportsmanship. A range of words have also been specifically selected to help students develop a diverse vocabulary.
They are a great way to differentiate practice for all students within the general education classroom, and they are particularly helpful for students with dyslexia, ADHD/attention deficits, autism spectrum disorders, emotional/behavioral disorders, and other learning disabilities/differences.
These games are a fun, multi-sensory way to work on decoding (breaking down and sounding out) and encoding (spelling) words in a way that aligns with the Orton-Gillingham approach and phonics-based programs/methods such as Project Read, Alphabetic Phonics, IMSE, Herman, Spalding, Lindamood-Bell, Slingerland, Barton, Wilson, and others.
Thanks so much for your interest and efforts to meet each kiddo where they are with reading! I'm constantly working to create and improve upon games, so I eagerly welcome constructive feedback!