This easy to learn matching game challenges readers to match the long vowel sound to its short vowel counterpart such as "fed" and "feed" or "slop" and "slope". But watch out! These little race car monsters have hidden task cards that will surely make tires spin with surprises and put a wrench in their engines. Students will use tallies to keep score with extra points given when they make a sentence. Matches will be recorded on the recording chart and can be cut out to make take home flash cards.
Being a resource room teacher, I am always taking data. I have provided a data collection sheet complete with a relevant IEP goal and objective.
This 12 page file includes:
- /ee/ vowel game & long o vowel game
- Student recording sheet
- Student practice sheet
- data collection sheet with IEP goal and objective
- plenty of blank cards for added words
- Please note: You can easily combine both vowel patterns into one game. You will need to make 2 copies of the task cards if you make 2 separate games.
*please make sure you have the updated version of Adobe before downloading.
Be sure to check out my store for the other vowel patterns in this series. As always, thanks for looking! I love comments and suggestions!