I've just released a new product - 3 letter animal puzzles. There are 12 puzzles in this download. These would be great for preschool or kindergarten classrooms.
Students will be learning more than how to read the animal names, these puzzles can also help students to develop a letter sound relationship.
Click on the link to get the animal puzzles or you can get them by clicking on the add to cart button to the right.
Here are 5 new game boards to practice the phonics skill of initial consonant digraphs. If you missed the initial consonant or initial consonant blends board games you can download them on my phonics page.
These five board games will let your students practice: ch, gh, kn, sh, th, wh, and wr digraphs. They will have to say the sound of the digraph when they land on it and a word that starts with that sound.
So I've got five new phonics board games for you. These are similar to the ones that I did yesterday except they are now covering initial consonant blends. Below each picture of the games you will find the link to the game.
In each game students roll the dice and move that many spaces on the game board. They then have to say the sound of the consonant blend that they've landed on and say a word that starts with the sound. The first one to the end wins!
If you missed yesterdays games you can get them all on my phonics page.
Help bee get to its beehive will practicing your initial consonant sounds. Download the file by clicking on the link below. If you would like other great phonics games visit my phonics page.
Your kids can practice learning their initial consonants while helping Cinderella reach her glass slippers. Download the file by clicking on the link below.
Find more ideas for teaching phonics on my Phonics page.
Here's a fun new board game to let students practice initial consonant sounds. Students will start the game on the head of the snake and move to the end.
Kids roll dice and tell the name of the consonant and a word that starts with that sound on each letter that they land on. If they land on a star they get to take an extra turn.
Owl's Alphabetical Order Game is finished. It will be available until Friday when it will become available for purchase. The game comes with a game board, alphabet cards, a pieces pouch, and directions to play as a two player or a single player game. On Friday when its becomes available for purchase the you will also get with the download large sized posters of the alphabet cards.
You can get these worksheets now on the new websites shop.
For more ideas on how to teach alphabetical order visit my alphabetical order games and activities page.
Note the background image on the game board CC BY Ben.hallager
I've got a new limited time freebie. This time it is an alphabetical order file-folder game.
In this e-book you will find 34 different alphabetical order word sorts, an answer key and place mat. This file folder game is a great activity for reading stations, a take home activity or as individual work.
Creating the File Folder Game
Print, cut out and laminate the game place mat. Glue it on the inside of a file-folder. You can store the individual word sorts in small envelops or in zip-lock bags. You can print the alphabetical order word sorts on red, green, and blue paper according to the difficulty of the sort.
Using the game
Students start by matching the first letters of the words on the mat. If two or more words start with the same letter they then move to the second column and the second letter. If the second letter is also the same they move on to the third. There is one word sort in this download that requires students to move to the fourth letter.
Red (easy) - All of the words can be sorted by looking at first letter.
Green (medium) – Students need to look at the second letter to sort some of the words.
Blue (difficult) – Students need to look at the third letter to sort some of the words.
Blue + (challenge) – Need to go to the fourth letter.
The free giveaway is over you can now purchase this file-folder game on the new websites shop.
This new file-folder game is perfect for kids to practice letter recognition. Students must help frog to determine which letters are missing. The game includes alphabet boards, directions, a pieces pouch, and labels for envelops and the file folder. If you like this game why not like us on Facebook. You might also like some of are other file-folder games. This game will be available free for a limited time only. Get your copy by clicking on the file or the picture below.
The free giveaway is now over. You can purchase this and 5 other alphabet games on the new websites shop.