WHERE WILL WE GO? {Partner Game for Letter Recognition & Fluency}

WHERE WILL WE GO? {Partner Game for Letter Recognition & Fluency}
WHERE WILL WE GO? {Partner Game for Letter Recognition & Fluency}
WHERE WILL WE GO? {Partner Game for Letter Recognition & Fluency}
WHERE WILL WE GO? {Partner Game for Letter Recognition & Fluency}
WHERE WILL WE GO? {Partner Game for Letter Recognition & Fluency}
WHERE WILL WE GO? {Partner Game for Letter Recognition & Fluency}
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WHERE will we GO is an ink-friendly partner game that will build your students' letter recognition fluency as they move the marker toward one destination or another.

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This activity is part of a SET. You can find it HERE! Or grab the CRAZY for LETTER GAMES BUNDLE.

Print the WHERE will we GO letter tiles, game boards and letter strips on cardstock. Your students will need a partner, one marker, letter tiles matching the set of letter strips being used (uppercase, lowercase or mixed--12 total), and one WHERE will we GO board (3 boards included).

TO PLAY: Place the marker at the middle of the board. The first player will draw a letter tile. If that letter appears on their letter strip, they will move the marker 1, 2 or 3 spaces (noted below each letter) toward the side of the board opposite themselves. If they draw a letter tile that does not appear on their letter strip, their turn is over. Play continues until one player goes off the opposite side of the board.

UPPERCASE LOWERCASE MATCHING VARIATION: Use an uppercase letter strip with their matching lowercase letter tiles (or a lowercase strip and the matching uppercase letter tiles) to practice letter pair recognition. Players will draw a card and move the marker if they have the matching letter pair on their strip.
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