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Secret Words Sign Language Bossy R Games are a fun way to practice R controlled vowels. Kids decode the secret words cards in order to practice spelling their Bossy R words while also practicing the sign language alphabet! There are 100 Bossy R cards included. Students figure out the secret words by figuring out each sign language letter (a sign language alphabet chart is included). It is A LOT of sign language practice to reveal each secret word but it's so much fun that kids don't realize they're learning! Plus they're learning their Bossy R words at the same time!
ONE HUNDRED Bossy R words included!
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which has a ton of fun Bossy R activities!
You can also check out this blog post to see how I use my Secret Word cards!
There are 20 words for each bossy R sound: ar, or, er, ir, and ur
so 100 words total!
Check out the beginning sounds version of these:
I also have these for sight words!!
& Color Words:
& Number Words:
& Other Sounds:
You can laminate the cards and have students use dry erase markers to write the letter for each sign then write them on their recording sheet when they're all done. You can also use bottle caps (water bottle caps work great!) with letters written on them to put in the boxes, alphabet magnets, or any letter manipulative!
Several levels of recording sheets are included so you can decide what works best for your class and differentiate for the different learners in your class.
I have included a really easy to use table of contents that lists all of the words by sound and you simply click on the word you need and it will take you to that page. This will make it SO easy for planning each week - just click on the words you need that week, print, and go!
Your students will love figuring out the secret word! These are perfect for a literacy station to practice working with words and are especially great for fast finishers who need a challenge or want to see something different than the typical working with words activity.
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