Phenomenal Phonics Game

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Photo credit: ictgames.com Forest Phonics is a game, where students learn phonic spelling by assembling together individual letters, or two-letter combinations (digraphs) that build the word. When kids get the answer correct, they get to see a silly animation. This game was developed by James Barrett, who is a teacher. This version is a shorter […]

Wonderful Word Building Game

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Photo credit: sesameworkshop The Electric Company on PBSkids is hosting a game called Jungle Jumble (developed by sesameworkshop) to teach kids how to identify that words can have letters, or letter combinations in common. This can help students pronounce unfamiliar words as they learn to recognize similarities between new words and words that are already […]

Light-footed Letter Recognition Game

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Photo credit: sesameworkshop The Electric Company on PBSkids is hosting a game called Halfpipe Hoverball (developed by sesameworkshop) to teach kids how to identify that words can have letters, or letter combinations in common. This can help students pronounce unfamiliar words as they learn to recognize similarities between new words and words that are already […]

Incredible It’s Time to Rhyme Game

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Photo credit: sesameworkshop The Electric Company on PBSkids is hosting a game called Jessica’s Joyride (developed by sesameworkshop) to teach kids how to identify words that rhyme, in order to develop memory of similar word chunks, in order to decrease time spent decoding the individual sounds of each word’s individual letters. Disclaimer: This can be […]

Complex Compound Word Game

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Photo credit: sesameworkshop The Electric Company on PBSkids is hosting a game called Scrapyard Slice (developed by sesameworkshop) to teach kids how to identify compound words and to break them apart into two pieces. Disclaimer: This can be very challenging for students with dyslexia, as it is more difficult for them to memorize words and […]