A fun way to practice reading phonics lists
These games are included in the Phonics Games Level Two (II) set (19 games $7) and are sold here separately for $2.
Stephanie’s Card Game
Players may use the spinner or the category cards to play.
You could use the game cards to play MatchIt (more fun if you have the extra cards from another MatchIt card game). The rules are on our teachwithgames.com site, under GAME RULE- HELP.
FYI:The PDF preview shows the word list (key).
The Board Game also studies two sounds for “oo,” foot and broom, plus “oy” in boy and “oi” in joint.
This is our traditional board game where you spin a spinner or draw a card then move your marker around the board. Our phonics boardgames are created using typical words found on phonics list. So it is most beneficial if a student reads their way around the board listening for “their” sound.
DIY Phonics Game Hint: Boardgames are the easiest to make yourself. Place the words from your phonics list randomly on the board and the phonics ‘sounds’ on game cards or a spinner.
Proverbs 15:2 “The wise person makes learning a joy…”, (NLT) use games!