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Push the flashcards aside and play our favorite high frequency word game: OH SNAP!! This super fun sight word game is a great way to improve reading skills and build reading fluency.
Susan Robichaud saved to I'm gonna teach your kids
Hack your Jenga game for reading fun with your early or struggling reader. Great for revising sight words and CVC words, developing decoding skills and fluency.
Patricia Anthony saved to Centers
Teaching kids to read doesn't have to be stressful. From introducing letters to playing sight word and reading games, let us show you how to make it fun!
Piticul Curios saved to Citit
We’re going to make some sight word pirate ships, pop them on the ocean then try and sink our enemies! This is a fun way to practice sight words (or any words you’re working on), both reading and writing them. Plus kids get to practice reading numbers to 50 at the same time. Scroll right [...]
Elisa Velazquez saved to Centers
These four no-prep reading games give great practice reading i-e words! And they're free!
trish bowman saved to 1st grade
These fun reading games are quick to make - and so effective for learners in kindergarten and first grade! Such a great addition to your language arts instruction. #teachingreading #kindergarten #firstgrade
Bhavisha Patel saved to teaching
If your learner is working on blends or digraphs, you’ll want to grab a copy of these free phonics dice games for blends & digraphs. *This post contains affiliate links. **The free download can be found at the END of this post. A little background… My daughter, now in 2nd grade, went to a part-time school ... Read More about Phonics Dice Games for Blends and Digraphs
Vocabulary instruction is so critical is today's classroom! A vast vocabulary will help students to become better readers and writers. V...
Kids Phonics Games make learning how to read easy and fun! Check out this huge list of some of our favorite phonics games for kids.
Molly Dunlap saved to Kindergarten literacy