Here is another version of the bump game. Students roll 3 dice and find the sum of the numbers they rolled. Then, they find the pentagon with the number that is equal to their sum. Before students can mark the pentagon as theirs with a chip, the student must say what sound the vowel pattern makes and then read the word correctly. If the student completes these tasks correctly, he/she gets to place a chip on the pentagon. If the student rerolls the same sum at any point in the game, and already has his/her marker on the space, he/she can put another marker on the space and declare that pentagon his/hers. If a partner rolls the same sum during the game, and there is only one chip on the pentagon, the partner can put his chip on top of the other partner's. Once a space has two chips on it, it belongs to the person who's chip is on top, and any one else who rolls that sum later misses a turn.