Use this pocket chart game to review letter names, sounds or numbers to 20 with your students.
You can play whole group, or in a center.
Print web cards onto cardstock. (I printed uppercase letters on one color, lowercase letters on a second color, and the numbers on a third color.)
Laminate for durability.
Choose which skill you want your students to practice and place those cards in the pocket chart. You can use as many or as few of the cards as you want. Feel free to mix the cards also!
Hide the spider card behind one of the web cards.
Have students guess where the spider is hidden by naming the letter, saying the sound, or naming the number on the web card.
They then look behind it to see if the spider is there.
You might also enjoy these other Pocket Chart Games:
Where's the Turtle? (Color & Shape Recognition)
Where's the Butterfly? (Digraphs)
Where's Cupid? (CVC Words)
Where's My Candy? (Closed Syllable/Short Vowel/Blends/Digraphs)
All of these pocket chart games can also be found in a bundle at a discounted price.
"Where's The…?” Pocket Chart Game Bundle
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