Learn to read open syllables in a fun and engaging way!
IMPORTANT: This game is ONLY compatible with devices that have Microsoft PowerPoint (iPads included). If you don't have access to devices with Microsoft PowerPoint this game is not compatible for you. This game is not-editable.
This digital game is an interactive and super engaging way to get children interested in reading open syllables. The game consists of 24 questions. Students are prompted with a photo as well as audio which states the vocabulary word, and the instructions. They are to read and choose the correct beginning syllable that matches the picture.
What's included? This product contains the game, as well as several videos walking you through how to download, open and play the game. It also has instructions on how to share the game with the iPads in your classroom.
Teacher Tips:This can be used as a whole group game played through your computer / projector, otherwise it can also be used at a "tablet" station for students to practice reading open syllables.
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© 2018 Spanglish Señorita Products: This purchase is for you and your classroom. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Keywords: Spanish, Dual Immersion, Spanish Immersion, Digital Game, Open Syllables, Silabas Abiertas, Technology