Included in this download:
-Game board for /r/ (2), /th/, /s,z/, /ch, sh/, and /l/. Each game board has each sound in all positions of words.
-Blank game board so you can create a board for other sounds you may be working
What you need:
-Dice (I use one labeled 1-3 so the game lasts longer)
-Chips (Use BINGO chips, or any kind of chip to place on top of the picture).
1. Give each student the game board targeting his/her sound. Each game board has 36 different words containing the target sound. Each picture on the board has a word under it.
2. The student will roll the dice. The number rolled indicates how many chips the student can put on his/her board.
3. When a student places chips on his/her board, they will look at the word under the picture/s. Depending on the student’s level, he/she will either produce the word/s in isolation or in a sentence. For example, if a student rolled a “3”, he would put 3 chips down (one on each picture) and produce the words in isolation or make sentences.
4. Play continues. Students fill up their rows (left to right) with chips and then continue on to the next row.
5. The person with the most chips on their board at the end is the winner! Or, the first person to fill up 1/2/3/4 rows with chips is the winner!
6. Alternate way to play: Each row targets a different position (initial, medial, final, and blends). If your student is only working on 1-2 word positions, only use those rows to play!
Clipart purchased from Scrappin' Doodles!