It’s time for another set of four in a row reading games!
I’ve shared quite a few of these four in a row reading games along with my other phonics activities. That’s because they’re quick to print and play, and they provide a lot of practice in a short amount of time.
Plus, my kindergartner loves them.
He’s one of those kids who are hard to please – so if he likes them, I think your child or students will too!
Before playing, we reviewed the sound of “oo.” My Five practiced reading a few words on the board. The first board features the sound “oo” as in the word moon. The second board (not pictured) features the sound of “oo”as in the word foot.
My Five was familiar with the “oo” as in moon pattern after playing the “Boo” card game.
We took turns reading words and dotting them with our Do-a-Dot markers. The first to get four in a row, won.
Sometimes we like to keep going even after one of us has won. We read and dot the remaining words as quickly as we can, each trying to be faster than the other. 🙂
The final game in the download includes both “oo” patterns: “oo” as in moon and “oo” as in foot.
Get your free four in a row games!
Phonics Games – Four in a Row – Level 2 – CVCE – Vowel Teams – R-Controlled & More
This collection includes Four in a Row reading games for CVCE words, words with vowel teams, and r-controlled vowels!
hi, love this activity of oo words but I never got the four in a row “oo” words game printable in my inbox.
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Hi Sanna! Can you check your spam folder to see if it may have been rerouted into there? If not, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help!
Maybe it’s just me, but I can’t find the actual game. The link to the printable just takes me to a oo worksheet pack. Where can I get the four in a row worksheet?
Sorry about that – fixed it!
The “oo” is another great one! Thanks for this download Anna!
Awesome strategy to teach children I love it
I’m so glad, Sweta!
Hi Anna! I was wondering if you have made the Four in a Row game for letters? My 3 year old wants to do everything my 5 year old does :/
I don’t, but I love that idea! Putting it on my “to make” list. Be sure to follow by email if you’re not already a subscriber. Then you’ll know when they’re ready. 🙂
I’m so excited! I love your site and am a subscriber ?.
This would be awesome in a literacy centre! Thank you so much for sharing. I’m a university student and I’m learning so much about teaching from you!
You’re very welcome, Sarah! 🙂