Looking for reading games you can make yourself? These are perfect if you’re short on time!
Recently I shared a printable list of CVC words that you can use when planning activity for your child or students. Today I’m sharing ten simple games and activities you can make yourself. Just plug in the words!
Kids Activities Blog made a simple phonics flip book with a wirebound index card book.
Playdough to Plato shows you how to make these word family spinners.
Kathy Griffin’s Teaching Ideas shared the above image. Simply write letters on stacking cups, and add new cups to help students build and read CVC words. Make it more challenging by writing a common digraph (sh, th, or ch) on the first or final cup!
Have you seen this idea? Create word family eggs with plastic Easter eggs at Playdough to Plato.
Get the tutorial for these first words flip book at Craftulate.
Grab two wooden cubes and some stickers. You can make Playdough to Plato’s word family dice.
Learn how to play Word Family Snowball Toss at I Can Teach My Child.
Creative Family Fun shows you how to make a paper word family sort.
Enter the words on Sight Words.com, a free website where you can create your own Snakes & Ladders game.
Finally, play “Zap It!”, a high interest game you can find at Dr. Jean’s website.
P.S. Don’t forget to grab my free printable list of CVC words to help you make the games!
Editable Reading Games for Every Season – MEGA PACK!
Your students will ASK to practice reading when you start using this versatile set of word reading games! Simply type up to 12 words, and they’ll autofill into the 150 seasonal games.