Flip Flop Closed & Vowel-Consonant-e (Silent e) Syllable & Word Games

Flip Flop Closed & Vowel-Consonant-e (Silent e) Syllable & Word Games
Flip Flop Closed & Vowel-Consonant-e (Silent e) Syllable & Word Games
Flip Flop Closed & Vowel-Consonant-e (Silent e) Syllable & Word Games
Flip Flop Closed & Vowel-Consonant-e (Silent e) Syllable & Word Games
Flip Flop Closed & Vowel-Consonant-e (Silent e) Syllable & Word Games
Flip Flop Closed & Vowel-Consonant-e (Silent e) Syllable & Word Games
Flip Flop Closed & Vowel-Consonant-e (Silent e) Syllable & Word Games
Flip Flop Closed & Vowel-Consonant-e (Silent e) Syllable & Word Games
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* One deck of 35 pairs of words ~ 70 cards. I've included words with blends in the set, rather than breaking it into 2 separate sets. You can divide the deck taking those out for those students not ready for that concept. In each pair, one is a closed syllable, and the other is the same word with an added e, making it a vowel-consonant-e syllable. (e.g. mad & made)
* Four different colored templates to print on the reverse side of the cards.

This is a great way to get students manipulating words. It’s great for early literacy as well as for use with Orton-Gillingham multisensory reading instruction. I've used it with grades 1-7 (choosing appropriate words for the younger grade levels). Played like "Go Fish," students ask another player for the mate to the word in their hand. If they have mad, they'll need to ask a partner for made. The one with the most pairs at the end of the game wins. Be careful with this one, because if students struggle with manipulating words and their sounds, they may ask for the card in their hand. It can also be played as a memory or concentration game. I'd suggest if played in that way, you have students say the word they're looking for after turning over their first card. This allows for the oral manipulation of the words, which is so important for early literacy. There are 4 different colored reverse side card templates, so you can make 4 decks that can easily be pulled apart and sorted appropriately if they get mixed up. This could be used as a literacy station, too. Other ideas for the decks are: syllable sorts, timed sorts, sort races, etc.

Please share any feedback (what's worked well, concerns, etc.) on your purchase, and if you happen to find any mistakes, please let me know: LaLitLady@gmail.com

Word Pairs Included:
at ate
cub cube
cut cute
dud dude
fad fade
fat fate
fin fine
hat hate
hop hope
kit kite
mad made
man mane
mat mate
mop mope
pal pale
pop pope
quit quite
rip ripe
tap tape
Tim time
tub tube
us use
crud crude
glob globe
grad grade
grim grime
grip gripe
plan plane
plum plume
prim prime
scrap scrape
slim slime
slop slope
spin spine
spit spite
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