Spring Silent E Games with Blends & Digraphs

3/16/2013 / 8 comments
Spring is almost here!! (I am choosing to ignore the fact that we will be getting ANOTHER snowstorm early next week.) Instead I shall focus on Springy thoughts! My focus with my first graders has been on blends and digraphs in short vowel words for the past few weeks. Now it is time to move onto the dreaded Silent E words!! I decided to put my intense desire for all things Springly to good use when making this game!

It has five game boards:
Long A, Long I, Long O, a board with both Long E and U words and a mixed vowel board for reviewing. Each board also has beginning blends and digraphs.
I included Score Sheets, and a sample score sheet, in this set too. If you use these activities in literacy centers or stations it makes a great assessment sheet. Each student records the word they land on and then uses the word in a sentence. They earn 1 point for each word they use correctly!
This set also includes gray scale versions of all the items in case you would like to send copies home with your class for practice!
This set is available in my TpT shop!

8 comments:

  1. I would us this by having a small group of students at each game station reviewing! We would switch after 10-15 minutes of playing. That way, each group would get a chance to review a particular skill!

    rachelmd93@gmail.com

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  2. I love your blog. I stumbled upon on from pinterest
    Wow this us amazing. We are really getting into sneaky e in my classroom. Plus, I always think kids could use more practice just playing games with their friends.
    Lesleylulu@hotmail.com

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  3. We have been working on long vowels for the past few weeks. I would love to introduce this as part of my Word Work during our Daily 5 rounds. Thanks for sharing and your products are always amazing.
    Michelle
    Mjaquillard@oregoncs.org

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  4. I would love to have these games! We have been working on long vowels. I would use these to play in my guided reading groups and later at stations. We try to play games on Fridays after a whole class phonics lesson.
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  5. Holy cow you have been super busy! I'm adding you now and can't wait to see what other awesome products you come create!

    Dorothy
    http://20somethingteachertales.blogspot.com/

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  6. I'm so late with this comment, but very nice!
    Mels

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  7. I teach special ed and it is sometimes not easy to find activities that I believe my students will enjoy, be able to do, and will learn all at the same time. This syllable bingo meets all those requirements. They love to play any type of bingo and this one will definitely help them learn to tell how many syllables are in a word. Great Work! I have bookmarked your blog and will be back often. Thank you Pinterest for leading me here! Rene'

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