With this Easter game, your small groups will play their way to sight word recognition! Students will read sight words to collect Easter eggs to build their own Easter basket. Sight word cards feature the first 100 words from the Fry's word list. I have also included an editable template so you can use whatever words you would like!
To prepare, print the game boards and card on cardstock and laminate if desired. Cut the Easter eggs off of the bottom of the player boards for students to collect as they go around the board (or you can use seasonal mini erasers for added fun). Cut apart the sight word cards, and place in a pile with the cards face down. Add a die and manipulatives to use as game pieces (seasonal mini erasers are perfect for this as well), and your students are ready to play!
To play: Each student will receive one player board, and place their game piece on the start space. The first student will roll, move their piece the amount shown on the die, and choose the sight word card on top of the pile. If they read correctly, they can choose an Easter egg to place on their player board. Players who collect all ten Easter eggs win the game!
Note: Students may go around the board as many times as necessary to collect their ten Easter Eggs.