Phonics Floor Game: Short Vowels

This Phonics Floor Game: Short Vowels activity & project also includes:

Turn your phonics instruction into a game! First, hop on to word family foot prints to match the short vowel sound cards. Then, take the game to the next level; write a word on the foot print that has the same word family sound. 

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • After copying, invite scholars to lightly color game pieces to create a fun game environment 
  • Laminate copied game pieces and write on them using washable marker so you can reuse them without wasting paper
  • Place all game pieces and instructions into a large envelope, send the game home with scholars so they can practice with their families
Classroom Considerations

  • Copies are required; using sturdy paper is recommended 
  • Take into account learners' physical abilities; some modifications may be necessary  
Pros

  • The game gets your scholars up and moving while continuing the learning process
  • Game pieces have a large and clear design 
Cons

  • None