Reading games for kids
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Wordle has taken over the classroom. Here's how to make your own Wordle type game and board to get students excited about words!
Nicole Summers saved to Literacy night
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
10 Simple to Make Reading Games for Kids. These are great for learning sight words, word families and more! Love these hands on ideas for Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids (great with Dolche words in homeschool)
123 Homeschool 4 Me saved to Home Preschool
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
Knowing how to read sight words helps kids to read more fluently and better understand what they are reading. Kids learn many sight words just by being exposed to them during shared reading, but there are those tricky ones that need some extra practice. To make memorizing sight words more fun we like to play games!
HeidiSongs saved to Sight Words Ideas
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