Included in the Digraph Bundle:
Hoot! Hoot! Short and Long /oo/ Sound Board Game: Hoot Hoot is a quirky owl themed board game which has been designed to further develop students understanding of the short /oo/ and long /oo/ sound. Players take turns rolling the dice and moving their counter the number of spaces required. When landing on a space, players attempt to identify the short /oo/ or long /oo/ word shown. The first player to reach the finish line is the game winner.
Sheep and Fish /sh/ Sound Board Game: Players take turns rolling the dice and moving the counter accordingly. When landing on a square, players to attempt to identify the picture shown. Players then identify whether the /sh/ sound is at the beginning or end of the word. The first player to reach the finish line is the winner. Includes – 1 board game with instructions for use.
Thumbs Up /th/ Sound Board Game: This game assist in developing an understanding on the soft /th/ sound as they make their way around this ‘Thumbs Up’ board game. When a player lands on a space they must identify whether the /th/sound is at the start, middle or end of the word. Includes – Thumbs Up Board Game with instructions for use.
Champion of the /ch/ Sound Board Game: Are your students learning about the /ch/ sound in the classroom soon? This board game will be perfect! I mean, what child doesn’t like to play board games? When landing on a space, players must identify the position of the /ch/ sound - beginning or end of the word (which corresponds to the picture). Therefore encouraging students to stretch out the word and listen carefully.
Tricky Bees Tricky Sound Board Game: Ok, so your students have mastered the alphabet letters and sounds. Now it is time to move on to those ‘tricky sounds’. By playing this board game students will develop a growing understanding of the following sounds: ch, ea, ur, or, oo, sh, ow, au, ie, ng, ir, ee, ph, oa, ee, ou, ay er and ing. Includes – 1 board game and instructions for use.
Long and Short /oo/ Sound Sorting Activity: Long /oo/ and Short /oo/ Sorting Mats Students sort /oo/ sound pictures onto two separate sorting mats. They must listen carefully to the /oo/ sound they hear to determine whether the picture card should be placed on the short or long sorting mat. This activity works well in both small groups and as a whole class! You may also be interested in our /oo/ sounds board game ‘Hoot Hoot’. Check it out!