The kids don't want to work anymore, but they still want to play games. Here are 3 games that teach digraphs and blends.
In Beach Blends, the students turn the blend-picture-cards upside
down. They take turns identifying the 2 letters that make
the blend on the card. If correct, they move their gamepiece
the number of spaces that is on the card. First to the sun
In Do the Digraph, Digraphs pictures are put in a pile. Students
pick a card and say what the picture is. Then they will identify
which digraph is in the word and mark that digraph on their
digraph chart with a bingo chip or dry erase marker. The
first player to put chips/marks on all of his digraphs or has
the most digraphs marked, wins the game.
In I Have, Who Has, students listen for the word they have in
in blue on their card and read it and the next word. This is a
a fun, whole group game.
These games are also available in my Kindergarten Math and Literacy for May and June unit. There are 12 games in the unit.
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