Games C.D. #5
- Hungry Horses is a game that includes r controlled vowels. Players must first spin to see which r controlled vowel they're looking for. They then look for a word containing that phonogram in their apple bucket and cover the word with an apple. The first player to cover all their words is the winner.
- Go Fishing -This is a blending game with a go fish twist. Players must make matches by asking for the beginning blend that completes one of the picture cards in their hand. Players must say the sound of the blend when asking, not spell It players with the most matches is the winner.
- Bird Watching - This /ir/ concentration game will give your students lot's of reading practice. It's played like the classic concentration game, only backwards. The pictures are faced down to start so the players must choose two cards, read them, then flip them over in hopes of finding a matched set of birds.
- Tic Tac T'ow - This Tic Tac T'ow game has, of course, been altered for O.G. Using the snowflakes, try to line up three in a row by reading the /ow/ words. Includes four cards to choose from.
- Hair Do - This game has players moving around the game board by reading /air/ words. Collecting different hair-do's is the goal and the winner gets to try their collection on the fun foam doll.
- Flower Pots - is a great game for the /ow/ phonogram practice. Players must collect flowers for their pot by spinning the wheel. Each flower has an /ow/ word on the back. once the word has been successfully read, it gets placed on the plant. The player with the most flowers is deemed the winner.
- Frosty Building has your students building snowmen while reading long /ow/ words. First, spin to see which body part you choose. Then read the /ow/ word and finally start building. Who can make the most snowmen?
- Sticky Bug Bingo - This game is a favorite among my students. Short vowels are covered in this game by using your sticky bug to pick up a red square. Flip it over to see which short vowel you've found and then cover a picture containing that vowel. Play for 1 line ore 2 lines .. either way you will have fun.
- Foot Prints - Take a walk on the beach and try to collect as many fun foam feet as you can. Read an /oo/ word, then spin to see how many spaces you move. There are a few ways to collect a foot so keep your eyes open.
- Syllable Division - Syllable division is a toughie for many students. Here's a fun way to drive home the lesson. Have students sort and match word cards. There are visual clues to help your student be successful.
All Games C.D.s contain 10 games along with - C.D., instructions, game parts and all manipulitives to play each game.
To save on shipping costs I have decided to start shipping my games in flatter packaging. I will still use the clear plastic clamshell packaging for local orders though.