Fun Fonix. Quiz also available. Learn to Read - Starfall. Long and short vowels included. Explore and reinforce what your child has learned about letter-sound relationships, long and short vowel sounds, digraphs, and reading comprehension in these first grade phonics games that your child will love playing again and again.
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Log In. Since these providers may collect personal data like your IP address we allow you to block them here. Please be aware that this might heavily reduce the functionality and appearance of our site. I believe that the game portion is to help students with fluency. When they are learning to read and decode new words, it is only through practice and repetition that students gain the fluency and ability to read the words quickly.
Since creating those games, I knew I wanted to do the same for different phonics patterns so students could have many different options and activities to practice their fluency. All the games only require dice, crayons, cubes, a paperclip, and a pencil! They are designed for ease! I wanted teachers to be able to quickly print out a game from their computer and teach it so they can get back to efficiently teaching the other students in their classroom.
The directions on the games are simple for students to understand and many of the same game-playing concepts are seen throughout all the games.
Bottom line : Top-notch phonics program effectively balances and guides students through stories, activities, and games. Phonics adventure oozes charm, has limited learning potential. Bottom line : Great style and character that'll get young children exploring letter sounds and sentences, but games could grow old quickly.
K-2 literacy program offers comprehensive, adaptive activities. Bottom line : An easy-to-recommend tool thanks to its broad coverage of key skills and nice balance of student-driven and teacher-differentiated learning. Bottom line : Phonics Genius is a great resource for building phonemic awareness and a library of sight words.
Rhymes, phonetic approach, silly animations help kids construct words. For more letter so. PreK , Kindergarten , Homeschool.
CVC - Roll a Word! This makes a great addition to your word building station. Kids can practice rolling and reading their words. There is an accountability sheet included. Your kids will learn on their terms! Included are 3 lowercase letter pages in different fonts, 3 uppercase letter pages in different 3 fonts, and 3 combination letter pages in different 3 fonts. All you have to do is pick.
Balanced Literacy , Writing , Phonics. This puzzle set has the students match up words that rhyme. For example they will match the words lip and zip. There is also a matching worksheet for them to complete when they are done.