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'CVC Game' - a Phonics Game for Practicing CVCs - A Great Reading Centre Game

'CVC Game' - a Phonics Game for Practicing CVCs - A Great Reading Centre Game
'CVC Game' - a Phonics Game for Practicing CVCs - A Great Reading Centre Game
'CVC Game' - a Phonics Game for Practicing CVCs - A Great Reading Centre Game
'CVC Game' - a Phonics Game for Practicing CVCs - A Great Reading Centre Game
'CVC Game' - a Phonics Game for Practicing CVCs - A Great Reading Centre Game
'CVC Game' - a Phonics Game for Practicing CVCs - A Great Reading Centre Game
'CVC Game' - a Phonics Game for Practicing CVCs - A Great Reading Centre Game
'CVC Game' - a Phonics Game for Practicing CVCs - A Great Reading Centre Game
Product Description
CVC Game: - This Pirate based CVC Game is one of my most downloaded phonics game. It is an enjoyable way to practice auditory discrimination of the medial vowel as a fun Consonant Vowel Consonants (CVCs) activity. The amount of repetition in the game means this game is waaaay more powerful than a worksheet. Ideal for Yr 1, 2 and 3 students plus a great addition to the toolbox of a Learning Needs teacher.

Preparation:

Print cards, laminate them and cut them out.

What You Need:

2 to 4 players
1 Deck of Pirate Short Vowel Cards

How to Play:

1. Players sit facing.
2. Dealer shuffles the cards and gives five cards to each group member.
3. The remaining cards are placed face down in a pile in the centre of the playing surface.
4. Dealer flips the top card off the pile and places it face up next to the stack.
5. The dealer reads this card aloud being sure to sound the short vowel first then state the whole word to the group

e.g. If the card is ‘fin’ the dealer must say, ‘i like in fin’
If the card is ‘h ot’ the dealer must say, ‘o like in h ot’

6. Children examine the cards in their hand to see if they have the vowel sound mentioned by the dealer.
7. The player to the left of the dealer has the next turn. If they have a card with the same medial sound as the one turned
over by the dealer they can place one on top of the pile and say ‘i like in thin’ or ‘i like in tin’.
8. If they do not have a match they must pick up a card from the face down pile. If the card they pick up is a match they can
put it straight down, if not, they place it in their hand and the next player has a turn.
9. If the player does not have a match but has a CHANGE card they can change the sound being matched e.g. If they had
the cards ‘clap’, ‘hat’ and ‘had’ they could place down their CHANGE card and say “I’d like to change it to ‘a like in had’ ”.
All the following players must match for ‘a ’.
10. Play continues in this manner until one player has no cards left. This player is declared the winner.

NB The power of this game as a learning tool comes from having the children focus on the short vowel by saying, ‘o like in hot’ aloud when playing. Ensure they keep doing it throughout the learning sessions.

Included In This Download:

1 Set of Game Rules

40 CVC Cards that deal with the following words:

tin, bin, thin, fin, hint, mix, pig, win, kid, pin, lid
fun, sum, mum, bun, lump, bun
hat, clap, had, bad, cat, bat
hot, pot, top, fox, hop, box
tug, but, cut, rug, sun, bug
hen, red, wet, web, jet

10 Change Cards

Enjoy!!!

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Total Pages
14 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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