Short Vowel Word Work Centers Phonics Games Bundle

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    1. If you are looking for a fun way to practice High Frequency Words that cover CVC, sight words, and beginning and final blends, these games are for you! These literacy center games are fun, challenging, competitive, and engaging! Students beg to play over and over again! They are recognizing words
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    This literacy center game is fun, challenging, competitive, and engaging! My students ask to play over and over again! They are recognizing words that they need to know FASTER and FASTER with this game. It's perfect for small group instruction, center rotations, and RTI.

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    WORDS COVERED:

    Short Vowel A

    • rat, gas, hat, cat, fat, mat, sat, pat, bat, ban, ran, man, pan, fan, can, wag, tan, lag, rag, van, sag, tag, gag, cab, lab, gal, bag, dab, tab, map, tap, pal, yak, sap, lap, nap, cap, gap, zap, yam, ram, ham, jam, lad, mad, bad, fax, pad, dad, tax, flat, plan, wax, glad, splat, flag, sad

    Short Vowel E

    • ten, men, zen, fed, web, lend, sent, nest, vest, smell, beg, pen, bet, met, hem, rent, tent, test, fell, shed, peg, get, net, pet, bend, mend, vent, bell, well, sled, hen, set, yes, led, step, send, went, cell, shell, den, jet, vet, wed, gem, bent, best, tell, spell, leg, wet, bed, red, lent, dent, pest, rest, yell

    Short Vowel I

    • lip, pip, six, rim, sit, big, pin, ship, hill, skin, zip, hip, rib, him, bit, rig, win, slid, pill, slip, sip, fib, mix, rid, kit, fig, fin, spit, chill, skid, rip, bib, kid, dim, pit, dig, flip, shin, thin, tip, fix, hid, it, lit, jig, tin, crib, grip, dip, bid, lid, fit, pig, wig, bin, split, twin

    Short Vowel O

    • bog, dot, lot, mom, pop, rob, rock, flock, slob, shot, dog, cot, hot, pod, top, sob, lock, blog, stop, snot, fog, tot, jot, rod, mop, job, sock, frog, shop, chop, jog, pot, pox, sod, hop, blob, shock, crop, plop, hog, rot, box, nod, cob, glob, stock, drop, prop, log, not, fox. cop, mob, dock, block, flop, spot

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    HOW TO PLAY

    • The game has 8 words on each card, 55 cards, and 57 different words. The object of the game is to say the one word on your card that matches the middle card before your opponents say their matching word.
    • Every card has a match - it's crazy, but it works.
    • You can also split the deck and have two groups playing. It doesn't matter how many cards you use or if a card gets lost.
    • It takes a bit of set up (printing, laminating, and cutting) but I promise... you won't be disappointed that you spent a bit of time in prep. Your students will LOVE it!

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    • Email me at scjuneau@yahoo.com if you have any questions or concerns about this product.

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    Total Pages
    75 pages
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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Blend and segment onsets and rimes of single-syllable spoken words.
    Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words. (This does not include CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)
    Add or substitute individual sounds (phonemes) in simple, one-syllable words to make new words.
    Isolate and pronounce initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in spoken single-syllable words.
    Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes).

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