Phonics Games give students phonic practice in an enjoyable and interesting form. Repeated playing builds and consolidates skills in word building and extends thinking to use phonics in context, making learning more meaningful.
There are five different board styles to add variety. These games are shorter than many board games – making them suitable for lesson breaks, short lessons, quick homework activities, early finishers, group games sessions and activities for observing children’s thinking and skill level. These games are also popular resources in libraries for use as a lunchtime activity.
All games are linked to student outcome statements.
Author: Suzanne Walsh