This intervention game is intended for students who have difficulty recognizing and producing correct letter sounds for visually confusing lowercase letters (mostly b and d). The game is designed for up to four players and is simple to play. Students take turns drawing a card from the deck and moving their token along the track to try to make it to the food bowl from the dog house before all of the other players. The skills that students work on throughout the game include visual discrimination skills, word matching, letter recognition and sound production. Students practice decoding real dog themed words. Some of the words have blends.
The game board should be printed out, pieced together and glued on tagboard for support if you would like it to last. Tokens need to be printed on card-stock or tagboard to stand up without flopping over. Paperclips for tokens are not included.