Magic E Game With Multisyllabic Words

Magic E Game With Multisyllabic Words
Magic E Game With Multisyllabic Words
Magic E Game With Multisyllabic Words
Magic E Game With Multisyllabic Words
Magic E Game With Multisyllabic Words
Magic E Game With Multisyllabic Words
Magic E Game With Multisyllabic Words
Magic E Game With Multisyllabic Words
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Snowball Fight

Long Vowel Practice With Magic E

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The words used in these games are perfect for teaching the following skills:

Vowel-Consonant-e Syllable- This syllable has a vowel, then a consonant, then an e.

  • The first vowel is long. To indicate the long sound, the vowel is marked with a macron. ̄
  • The e is silent.
  • This syllable can be combined with other syllables to make multisyllabic words.

Spelling of /k/ sound in V-E syllables – you use the letter k for the /k/ sound after a long vowel sound. Ck is used for the /k/ sound only after a short vowel.

Two sounds for u in a v-e syllable - /ū/ as in mule (or use, cute) or /ü/ as in rule (or tube, June)

S can say /z/ - when added to a word as suffix or when it is between two vowels, as in the words nose, rose, or wise.

Spelling Options – Sometimes two spellings make sense: ex. rose and roze. Decide which looks correct. If you don’t know, FIND OUT.

Vowel-Consonant-e Syllable Exception - The letter v does not end words in our language. It is always followed by a silent e. Ex: give, have

These games includes mostly 2-syllable words

How To Play Board Game:

  • Players put their playing piece on start and take turns using a paperclip and pencil to spin the spinner.  Move the number of spaces spun.
  • When the player lands on a word he/she must read the word and record it in the appropriate column on their recording sheet.  
  • The first player to make it exactly to finish is the winner.
  • NOTE: there are two paths to take to the finish line, one is filled with more dangers than the other!
  • How to Play Card Game:

  • Shuffle the word cards and place them in a pile between all players (2-3 players).
  • Players take turns drawing a card, reading the word, and recording the word in the appropriate column on their recording sheet.
  • Note that there are special cards instead of word cards, such as “lose a turn” or “trade cards with another player.”
  • The game ends when the pile is gone.  The player with the most cards is the winner.
  • Total Pages
    18 pages
    Answer Key
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