Boo! ABC Letter and Sound Game - Common Core Aligned

Boo!  ABC Letter and Sound Game - Common Core Aligned
Boo!  ABC Letter and Sound Game - Common Core Aligned
Boo!  ABC Letter and Sound Game - Common Core Aligned
Boo!  ABC Letter and Sound Game - Common Core Aligned
Boo!  ABC Letter and Sound Game - Common Core Aligned
Boo!  ABC Letter and Sound Game - Common Core Aligned
Boo!  ABC Letter and Sound Game - Common Core Aligned
Boo!  ABC Letter and Sound Game - Common Core Aligned
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Use this game with your students during Word Work or in a small group. Common Core Aligned:

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.1d Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.3a Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.

What to Do:

1.) Cut out cards and easily differentiate by determining the purpose of the game (i.e. identify the name of the letter or the sound that it makes or a word that starts with that letter).
2.) Put cards in a container so that students may pick out one card at a time without looking (a trick or treat pumpkin, small tin pail, shoe box, baby wipe container, oat meal container or tissue box can all work well).

Rules:

1.) Determine how long you would like a game to last (5-25 minutes is suggested depending on the students and context for the game).

2.) Students choose one card at a time and say the letter/sound/word. If they can identify the card correctly, they keep it. If not it is “up for grabs” and another player can identify the card for a steal. If no one can identify it, the card goes back into the pot. This ends the player’s turn and it passes to the next player.

2.) If a player draws an “Boo!” card the player puts all of his cards back into the container, and play continues with the next player.

3.) If a player draws a “Trick-or-tTreat” card the player can take a card from another player of her choice.

4.) When the time is up, the player with the most cards wins.
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