Chester's Daughters -ought -aught and -er Word Game

Fran Lafferty
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Practice the special sound of -ought and -aught along with words that end in -er in this simple and easy-to-play card game for 2 to 4 players.

Each card has 2 words and a tally of points for reading those words.

Words with -ought or -aught are worth 20 points each, and words ending in -er are worth 10 points. All other words are worth a single point.

DAUGHTER and SLAUGHTER are each worth 30 points!

Players pick cards without seeing the words on them, then read their words out loud to the group and tally their points.

Simple and adaptable enough to play nearly anywhere, in a small group or alone in an independent learning center.

Total Pages
6 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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