An internet connection is required to play this game. Practice reading CVC words and matching to the correct picture with this engaging team based game that works on interactive whiteboards (SMARTBoard, Promethian, Mimio), tablets and computer stations!
FANTASTIC FEATURE #1 – Choose from over 150 CVC Words
You have full control over which of the 150 words are used in the game. Quickly choose the words and then save the settings so that you can jump right into a game without any setup.
FANTASTIC FEATURE #2 – Say the Word Option
Choose to show or hide sound buttons that read the word to the students. This feature is great if you want to set the game up for a small group to play independently. If they have trouble with a word, they can touch the sound button to hear it.
FANTASTIC FEATURE #3 – Change the Difficulty
Choose the number of possible answers that are shown with each question to control the difficulty of the questions. Two answers are easiest, four is hardest.
FANTASTIC FEATURE #4 – Save Game Settings for Future Games
You can create many saved games, each with different settings so that you can quickly choose a game to play at a future time. You can also assign the games to groups or students.
An internet connection is required. This game runs directly from the pinkcatgames.com
website. The website was created so that you can easily play and manage your Pink Cat Games. The website also allows you to easily save game settings with the option to assign games to students and groups. The first time that you visit the website you will be asked to create an account to manage your games.
How to Play
Whole Class – Played on an Interactive Whiteboard
Choose up to 6 teams or players. Teams take turns spinning the wheel and must answer questions to earn the points shown on the wheel. The team with the highest score when the time runs out, wins.
Small group or single player – Played on tablets or computer workstations (PC or Mac)
Start the game on a computer or tablet and allow the student(s) to play for a certain length of time. Tablets and computers can remain logged in to the student view so that students can easily pick their group or student picture and play a game.