Play-based learning activities are engaging, meaningful, and fun! Students are actively involved in their learning with these 10 play-based phonics activities.
Included are detailed instructions, materials lists, and set up procedures for some of the most popular play-based activities I've shared on Instagram during this unique school year as well as some new activities.
Here are the activities and the content areas they address:
- Invisible Letters (Letter ID)
- The Never-Ending Rhyme (Rhyming recognition)
- Syllable Hopscotch (Syllable ID)
- Hide and Seek Word Parts (Onset and rime)
- Pushing Sounds (Segmenting and blending)
- Presto Change-o Words (Substituting sounds)
- Sound Scavenger Hunt (Letter sound ID)
- Vowel in a Cup (Vowel sound ID)
- Charades (Sight word recognition)
- Password (Sight word recognition)
You can follow the directions as written or have fun ad-libbing with your students. Some of these activities are perfect during initial instruction or as a review activity. You can also use them for formative or summative assessments with the open-ended checklist (included).
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