Reading Street First Grade Games
COVER-ALL WORDS: BUNDLE Reading/Spelling Dice Games
This Cover-All Reading/Spelling Word Game is lots of fun for the little ones! In this word game, partners take turns rolling two dice and adding the numbers together. On his/her turn, the player will then find the word on his/her board that matches the number and read (or read and spell) the word. If the word is read (or spelled) correctly, that player will cover that word with a counting chip. The player who covers all the words on his/her board first is the winner!
I designed these games to give my students extra practice with the Units 1-5 spelling words/patterns that are presented in the First Grade Reading Street Common Core (2013) series:
• Sam, Come Back! (short a)
• Pig in a Wig (short i)
• The Big Blue Ox (short o)
• A Fox and a Kit (ending -s)
• Get the Egg! (short e)
• Animal Park (short u)
• A Big Fish for Max (Consonant Digraphs sh, th)
• The Farmer in the Hat (Long a: a_e)
• Who Words Here? (Long i: i_e)
• The Big Circle (Long o: o_e)
• Life in the Forest (Long u: u_e)
• Honey Bees (Long e: e, ee)
• A Place to Play (Vowel Sounds of Y)
• Ruby in Her Own Time (Consonant Patterns ng, nk)
• The Class Pet (Ending/Plural -es)
• Frog and Toad Together (Adding Endings)
• I’m a Caterpillar (Vowels: r-Controlled er, ir, ur)
• Where Are My Animal Friends? (Comparative Endings -er, -est)
• Mama’s Birthday Present (Vowel Digraphs ai, ay)
• Cinderella (Vowel Digraph ea)
• A Trip to Washington, D. C. (Vowel Digraphs oa, ow)
• A Southern Ranch (Vowel Digraphs ie, igh)
• Peter’s Chair (Compound Words)
• Henry and Mudge and Mrs. Hopper’s House (Suffixes -ly, -ful)
• Tippy-Toe Chick, Go! (Diphthong ow)
• Mole and the Baby Bird (Vowel Pattern ou)
• Dot and Jabber and the Great Acorn Mystery (Vowel Sound oo)
• Simple Machines (Diphthong oi)
• Alexander Graham Bell: A Great Inventor (Vowel Sound aw)
• The Stone Garden (Prefixes un-, re-)
- Laminate the game sheets for durability and use them for reading centers.
-Print the game sheets on paper, use them in class, and send them home for extra practice.
- Instead of using counting chips, you may want to laminate them (or use plastic sheet protectors) and use dry erase markers to color in the words.
- Leave them for a substitute teacher to use in your absence.
-Use a bingo dauber or crayons to color the words instead of using counting chips.
So... Grab some dice and have fun!
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Keywords: Word Game, Addition Dice Game, Grade 1, Grade 2, Partner Games, Spelling Homework, Morning Work, Homework, Reading Rotations, Basic Operations, Adding, Reading Street Supplement, Reading Street Grade 1, Reading Street Spelling, Reading Street Spelling Units 1-5, Literacy Centers, Spelling Games, Reading Street Games, Phonics Games
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