Photo credit: MrNussbaum.com BDPQ Bandit is a game that tackles a common issue. It can be difficult to differentiate the difference between “b”, “d”, “p”, & “q”, as they all look very similar to one another. In this game, players will locate and click on all the letters that match the letter that was spoken […]
Photo credit: Education.com Coloring pages can be used as a great way for kids to learn about sight words. Here are some free sheets to use: Fox coloring page Butterfly coloring page Rocket coloring page Penguin coloring page Snow person coloring page Balloons coloring page Hot air balloon coloring page Hearts coloring page […]
Photo credit: Sight Words The website sightwords.com has several games that they suggest for helping students learn sight words. Here is a list with links for more information for each game: Fishing Bingo Snakes & Ladders (A variation on the game Chutes & Ladders) Memory Go Fish Donkey (A variation on the game Old Maid) […]
Photo credit: Sight Words Here are several teaching strategies for teaching readers about sight words. These are the most frequently used words in the English Language, as well as phonemically irregular words. Save
Photo credit: Sesame Street This is the full episode of Elmo’s Amazing Alphabet Race. Elmo looks around for letters in signs to complete the entire alphabet. This is a fun game that all alphabet learners can play.
Photo credit: ABCya.com Consonant Blends is a game that up to four students can play at once. Each game practices up to three blends at once. Students combine word parts to make a correct word. Save Save
Photo credit: Alphabet BINGO Alphabet BINGO is a game to help students connect letter sounds with the image of the letters.
Photo credit: ABCya.com Alphabet Bubble is a letter matching game. After students fill all of the treasure chests, the sounds are reviewed with the associated word pronounced, which begins with the same sound. Next, students click on the small batch of letters in order. Then, they start the next batch, and keep going until all […]
Photo credit: ABCya.com Monster Mansion Match is a fun matching game where students match letter names or sounds with beginning word spellings or sounds. Students may start out by seeing all objects at once in the “show” version, or they may select “memory” to play it like the game memory, where they select two windows […]
Photo credit: ictgames.com Forest Phonics is a game, where students learn phonemic spelling by assembling together individual letters, or two-letter combinations (blends & 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 […]