Super Hero Bump Games
2 Different Sight Word Bump Games
Color Word Bump
Number Word Bump 1 – 6
Number Word Bump 6 – 10
Blank Bump Game to Make Your Own
The Common Core Standards require kindergarten students to know 25 words by the end of the 1st quarter. This can be challenging because of establishing rituals and routines and assessing those first few weeks. I have found that my children learn quicker through games and they LOVE Bump.
Sight Word Bump
There are 9 focus sight words on each game board. The children will know which word to read on the board by rolling a number cube. They will then look at the provided poster to see which color their number is on. They will read any word on that color from the game board unless it has a double cube on it. If they can read the word, they cover the word with a unifix cube or a stacker. Each child will have different color cubes to use. If someone’s cube is already on the word you want to read, the child may bump off that person. If they already have a cube on the word, they make place another one of their cubes on top to secure that word. (It can’t be bumped now.) If there is not a word on the color they rolled, they miss a turn. The child with the most cubes on the board when all are covered is the SUPER HERO.
Game 1 Words: the, my, here, is, see, look, at, and, can
Game 2 Words: we, am, said, to, me, on, in, an, it
Color Word Bump
The children will draw color word cards to read in order to know what color on the game board to cover with their color unifix cube. It is played the same way as above.
Number Word Bump
The 1 – 6 Number Word Bump game is played by rolling a number cube or dot cube to determine what number word to cover.
The 6 – 10 Number Word Bump game is played by drawing a number card to determine what number word to cover on the board.
Blank Bump Game
I have included a blank game board for you to write words, numbers, or whatever you need to work on.