Designed to correlate with Wilson Reading Step 2.1 and Fundations Reading or any program that is teaching Glued or Welded Sounds.
Many ways to play to practice reading and spelling with WELDED SOUNDS.
Option 1- Players take turns to try to make a match. Students read the letters, welded sound and word example on each card. To speed up the game- allow students 2 or 3 tries to make a match on each turn.
Option 2- Same as option one and when a player makes a match- all students write as many words (or nonsense words) examples as they can think of on a dry erase board.
Option 3- Same as option one and when a player makes a match- he or she says a word example (with the welded sound) and the other students write the word (encode/spell).
Welded sounds include- all, am, an, ank, ink, onk, unk, ang, ing, ong, and ung
This can be printed double sided- making it very simple to laminate and cut. Instructions for the correct way to print double sided are included.