This is a bundle of phonics games covering short vowels, beginning blends, digraphs, silent e (long vowels), and r controlled vowels.
"Turn it into a game." My mom says that's the best way to teach anything, and I think she may be right. 'Game-ification' is a new buzz word, but the concept has really been around for a long time. So why not use a game to teach phonics?
This is a bundle of five files, for a total of 45 game boards. The game boards engage students with short vowels, beginning blends, silent e, digraphs, and r-controlled vowels.
Here's how to play.
Students use letter cards to create real and nonsense words with the game board. Students work their way around the game board as many times as possible, collecting star cards along the way -- this means for less "We're done!" from your students working in centers.
Accountability is important too, so recording sheets are included. Students are asked to record the words they read, then decide if each word is real or nonsense.
How can I use these?
These games boards are great for centers, small groups, early-finishers, interventions, RTI, etc. Also, consider breaking the whole class into cooperative groups and playing simultaneously.
The following Phonics Word Race files are included in this bundle:
(s, l, and r blends)
(ch, sh, th, wh)
(ar, or, er, ir, ur).
Each file contains game boards, playing cards, and recording sheets.
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