Games are a fun way to provide repeated practice for otherwise tedious learning. Aligned with the Orton-Gillingham (OG) multi-sensory methodology of teaching reading and phonics, this Four-in-a-Row game provides practice with reading silent e syllables. In this game, students practice reading single syllable real and nonsense (bold type) words containing both sounds of the u-e silent e pattern (e.g. cube, tube)
Quick and easy, this activity is a no-prep printable. The game rules are listed on the game. Just print and play!
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