Another carryover activity for /r/ sounds. This is the 2nd in a series of generalization card games. See "Say So" A Sentence Game for /s/ Sounds.
This set includes 24 sets with 3 cards in each and 6 "Remember It" Cards, and was designed to elicit a high response rate in a short period of time. The kids love it.
Laminate and cut cards.
1. Shuffle cards.. Lay 3 cards face up on the table and place the remainder of the cards in a draw pile.
2. Students take turns drawing a card and reading the sentence. If all the /r/ sounds are correct, the student checks for a match to one of the cards on the table and places it just below the matching card. If there is no match, the card is placed in a line with the other face up cards.
3. When a third matching card is placed on the table, that student takes the set and places it face down in front of him/her.
4. If a “Remember It” card is drawn, the student places it on top of one of the other player’s face down sets of three. To keep his/her set, that student has to say exactly what is on those cards. If the guess is correct, he/she keeps the set. If the guess is incorrect, the player who put the Remember It” card on the pile, takes the three cards and places them face down in front of him/herself. The “Remember It” card goes back into the middle of the draw pile.
5. The game progresses until there are no more draw cards, and all the “Remember It” cards have been played. The player with the most sets of 3 wins.
"Remember It" A Sentence Game for /r/ Sounds
by Kathy Grover
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