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This bundle includes 53 Color and 53 Blackline Master Games to support
Phonemic Awareness, Alphabet Recognition, High-Frequency Words, and
Short/Long Vowel Sounds for use in your classroom, as well as to send home as weekly games to play as a family in lieu of homework or to help supplement! Since many schools vary how they teach high-frequency or sight words, I have included both Fry and Dolch lists in this packet!
The following Games are included in the packet: (All games are included in Full Color, and in Black and White for easy printing and copying!)
ALPHABET RECOGNITION (4)
-Capital and Lowercase
PHONEMIC AWARENESS (3)
-First Sound Fluency
SIGHT WORDS (36 total)
-Fry Words 300 (by frequency) 15 Games
-Dolch Words 220 (by frequency) 11 Games
-Dolch Words 220 (by grade level lists) 10 Games
VOWEL SOUNDS (10 total)
-Short Vowel Word Families (5 games, one for each short vowel sound)
-Long Vowel Words (5 games, one for each long vowel sound)
File Folder Cover LABELS for each game board (Color only)
IDEAS FOR USE:
Print and laminate the color copies and use for beginning of the year assessments, Partner Games, Literacy Stations, and Small Groups.
Add label to front of file folder, game on the inside, and laminate to help keep in good condition all year!
Use the blackline masters to send home each week for extra practice, homework, or reinforcement for students that may need extra support.
Distribute Black and white copies to class at the beginning of the week, and have students color in the words that they can read, adding to them as they learn new words, to have a visual representation of their learning and growth.
Hole punch and Have Students keep copies of their game boards in a three-prong folder to play at school with a friend if they finish their work early, or to bring between school and home to help support and reinforce learning!
WHY THIS BUNDLE?
Maybe you need a go-to station each week that you don't need to think about, spend much prep time developing, or explain something new every week. Perhaps you're not keen on sending traditional homework, but you still want your students to be able to practice what they are learning while at home. It's likely you have a class full of students at different levels as they develop their literacy skills. There may be a new parent volunteer or interventionist that wants to work with students, but they don't quite know where to start. Or, you get a new student middle of the year, and you need to quickly assess where they are without making their first day feel like a never-ending test. It's possible you're a teacher that likes to differentiate homework or word lists but that seems like a lot of prep to have something different for them every week.
This bundle consists of the full color games from the following: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-Ultimate-Literacy-Gameboard-Bundle-4013385
as well as their black and white counterparts.