This game is exactly like my other Four in a Row games. The object of the game is to get four squares in a row either across, down, or diagonally. The materials you need for this game are a six sided dice with the numbers 1-6. colored counters for each player (up to 4) the small dime size counters work best for the size of the squares on the game board. The game board consists of 6 columns of sight words in 9 rows. There are 7 different game boards with the same words in different order so that more than one group of students can play if desired. The students take turns rolling the dice and reading the words in the squares. They are to then use the word in a sentence. The first player to get four squares in a row is declared the winner. This is a great game for centers as it does not require much direction from the teacher. The students have fun playing a game while at the same time learning how to read words out of context.