Phonics Games

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50 Phonics Games Build Fluency, Accuracy...

These hands-on phonics games are an engaging way to master word decoding and fluency skills. They also provide opportunities to enrich students’ vocabulary and expand comprehension of word meanings. The games focus on the vowels, digraphs, trigraphs, and phonograms, with beginning and ending blends sprinkled throughout. As they learn a new code, a game exposes them to many words with that code. They get lots of practice sounding them out to read them. This builds fluency for reading the decodable text, so it flows with greater meaning. It helps older students train their brain to recognize the codes more automatically. Without this ability, the 2nd syllable in a word can be misread and the meaning lost.

The games are the highlight of every lesson. “Do we get to play a game today?” Many of the words will appear in the new story and future stories. If the student falters with some words during reading, just pull out the game for that code and play it again. The games can be played one-on-one, in small groups, on game days, or as an after school activity.

There are 11 laminated boards, 4 spinners, and 1400+ cards that when disassembled store in 2 trays. They all store in a carry case. GPGM3100 - $189.00 (to purchase visit our online STORE)

Go Phonics builds-in lots of decoding practice.

I didn’t realize the power of the games until I really started using them. It’s fluency work! It’s grammar work! It’s vocabulary work! They’re not the dessert. They’re like the appetizers, getting you ready to eat!
Monica H., 1st grade teacher - WI

This is a tremendous program.

The lesson guides have been very clear. It’s all right there. My daughter has really glommed-on to the games. What really makes it for us is the games.
Shirley H., home educator - AK

Go Phonics has been well worth the investment.

I use Go Phonics as a supplement program and I use the games a lot. They're quick little games. A student isn't going to be excited to spend another 20 to 40 minutes of reading instruction unless I can make it fun—"Wait 'til you see the game we're going to play today." I pull out a game for quick reinforcement for 2 to 5 minutes. They feel like they've had some fun. Go Phonics game art is well done, not babyish. I've gotten a lot of mileage out of these games—the cards have held up well. I can reorganize them for my needs. I use the game boards for additional games I've thought up to widen the instruction. I take them with me wherever I go.
Penny C., Orton-Gillingham certified school dyslexia therapist, evaluator, tutor - TX

I found the games to be a great benefit to the class.

I used the Go Phonics Program during a long-term substitute position teaching 2nd grade struggling readers. I started out by introducing the games in small group settings. The students loved the games and couldn’t wait to play the next ones. It improved their vocabulary, reading skills, and thinking skills. Fridays were game day. The students looked forward to it and were excited to play and learn from these games. I suggest making time to work the games into your busy reading schedules, or into spelling. There are so many creative ways of using them and the best part is the students love playing them, which really encourages learning... All of my students were reading at grade level by the end of the year. I attribute this to this wonderful program.
Mary D., reading specialist – AK

 

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