Spin-to-Win Vowel Games are great fun for review and the long vowel wristbands help solidify the spelling skill. Your kiddos will love this pack and want to play the game again! Perfect for word work centers, Spin-to-Win games and posters is a hands-on and effective way for students to learn vowel team differences and sounds.
Directions: Each player takes turns spinning the spinner and reading the words correctly from the box that matches the spinner color. If the words are pronounced correctly, the player places a colored chip on that box. (If a box on the game mat has already been marked with a chip, the player loses a turn.)
The first player to place all 4 of their chips on the game mat wins!
Pg. 5-6 AI game and wristband
Pg. 7-8 AY game and wristband
Pg. 9 OA/OW Anchor Chart
Pg. 10-11 OA game and wristband
Pg. 12-13 OW (long o sound)
Pg. 14 OI/OY Anchor Chart
Pg. 15-16 OI game and wristband
Pg. 17-18 OY game and wristband
Pg. 19 OU/OW Anchor Chart
Pg. 20-21 OU game and wristband
Pg. 22 OW game (no wristband-use pg. 11)
Pg. 23 AW/AU Anchor Chart
Pg. 24-25 AW game and wristband
Pg. 26-27 AU game and wristband
Pg. 28-29 Vowel Review Games 1 & 2
Pg. 30 Game Spinner
Know final-e and common vowel team conventions for representing long vowel sounds.
Know spelling-sound correspondences for additional common vowel teams.
Decode regularly spelled two-syllable words with long vowels.