Complete Reading and Spelling Games Level 1, 2 & 3
This 98 page packet includes 42 reproducible spelling and 42 reproducible reading games which help students meet CCSS Anchor Standards for Language: Conventions of Standard English, #2: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standards English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
This comprehensive product is an excellent supplement to a literacy program for students beginning to read and write, as well as those working on fluency, comprehension, and accuracy in their reading and writing.
These games work very well as a station. The rules are so simple, most students can play independently after one modeling of the game procedures and rules. Students are highly motivated to win these games, and teacher time does not need to be spend monitoring these games.
Level 1, 2, and 3 games progress sequentially through the final 302 Dolch, Johnson and Fry words. Students then master 20 of the most common contractions. Finally, they learn to read and accurately write 100 frequently used words with the long e sound spelled with the patterns ee, ea, and VCVe. Determination of word order comes from difficulty of spelling combined with frequency of use.
Reading Sight Words and High Frequency Games come with 42 reproducible game boards. Students roll a die, and progress around the game board, saying each word clearly and accurately. They must listen to each other both to check accuracy, and to learn pronunciation of words they read incorrectly. Each word appears at least twice on each game board. Students are highly motivated and engaged in this activity.
Spelling Sight Words and High Frequency Games comes with a reproducible game board and 42 sets of reproducible spelling cards. Cards can be cut and stored in baggies. One students rolls a die and the next student lifts a spelling card and reads it to his classmate. The student then spells the word correctly before he can move the spaces rolled. As many as 5 students can play on each board, but 4 or less is recommended. Students progressively master game board 29 in reading, then move on to spelling the same words in the spelling game. It is highly recommended that High Frequency Sight Word Reading Games are played prior to the Spelling games. When reading is perfected, students learn to spell these same words using the spelling board game.
All games may be used with homogeneous groups. Although a student cannot win without correctly reading and spelling each word, the best reader or speller does not always cross the finish line first. This keeps student motivation high, and allows for grouping of students with varying spelling strengths.
Every ESL and native English writer “must know” these words to read fluently and with increased comprehension, and to write accurately with sentence fluency. Mastering these sight words improves spelling convention scores in writing, as well as motivation to write.
The Complete High Frequency Sight Word Program includes 422 high frequency words in English for students grades k-8. The same program is coming soon in Spanish.
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