These spring short vowel games will help your students practice short vowel sounds in an engaging way.
You can download this set of short spring short vowel games to provide your students with phonics practice.
This download contains a set of games for literacy practice.
This is another free resource for teachers and homeschool families from www.freewordwork.com.
These game will make a great literacy center!
You can add these to your collection during the spring.
The download contains five game boards. You will receive each game board in color and in black and white.
There are five boards total. Each one focuses on a different vowel. Each board contains three different word families.
The word families you will see are:
short a words: -at, -an, -ap
short e words: -ed, -et, -en
short i words: -ig, -ip, -it
short o words: -og, -op, -ot
short u words: -ug, -un, -ut
Creating your games
Print the file on card stock.
Laminate the game boards and word cards. Try printing the word cards on a darker color of card stock. This will make it so students cannot see through the cards.
Cut apart the word cards.
Pair each board with the matching cards. Students will need game markers to play
You might glue the board on the inside of a file folder. You can then add a pocket and place the cards inside. This will help make storage easier.
Playing these spring short vowel games
Students start with a marker at the beginning of the game.
Have students shuffle the cards and place them face down.
The first player draws a card and moves it to the first rhyming word.
Play continues around the board until the first player gets to the end.
You can download these free games here:
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Thank you for sharing!
I cannot download the orthographic mapping words. I keep getting the wrong download. I would appreciate your help. Thank you.