This is a great resource to start the school year with! Review letter naming or sound fluency with this super cute game! Great for centers, independent work time, interventions, and small groups! The Read and Write the Room works really well for those early finishers.
Letter –Sound game
This is card game. Print, cut and play. There is one card for each capital and lower case letter, as well as special cards which include go again, lose a turn, and take a card from a friend. There is a blank template for you to add words if you would like.
To Play: Players will take turns picking a card and saying the correct letter name or sound. If a special card is drawn, follow the directions on the card. (lose a turn, go again, take a card from a friend.) The game is over when the cards are gone or when time is up. Winner has the most word cards. Students can use the recording sheet to write the letters after they read them.
Read and Write the Room: Hang the letter cards around the room, and have students walk around and read the letter name or sound, and record them on the recording sheet. They write the letter they find under the matching super hero. Students LOVE this activity!
Find the frog game:
Put the letter cards in a pocket chart or on the table. Hide the frog behind one of the cards. Students will read the card and check to see if the frog is behind it. First student to find the frog is the winner. Can be played as a whole class or as a small group.