These i-e games are easy to prepare and play!
Recently I shared a simple printable that helped my Five learn to read i-e words. We built on that knowledge with these follow the path games.
The download comes with three separate games. Print one, and get out a die and playing pieces. We like to use these transparent counters because they fit perfectly on the game board’s circles.
Simply take turns rolling the die, moving ahead that number, and reading the word you land on.
The first to get the monkey to the banana, wins!
These simple follow the path games are a hit with my kindergartner, and I love that they are quick to print and play. We hope you can use them too!
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You have been a lifesaver. I have looked for engaging games rather than worksheets and you have provided a great number of them that I can use in my classroom. Thank you very much.
Yay – I’m SO glad to hear this, Norma!
THANK YOU for making so many of your valuable resources available for free! I would never be able to provide so many hand-on and engaging activities for my struggling readers without you! And just when I think- I wish I could find something more engaging than a sort for long/short vowels in isolation- BOOM! You are there 🙂
Thank you, Leanne – what a wonderful comment! Thanks for brightening my day! 🙂
I love the variety of games. Perfect for just teacher and student to play!
I’m so glad you can use them, Clara! My son and I really enjoy these. 🙂
thank you so much for this wonderful ideas. may God bless you.
Thank you, Abigail!
Anna, I just want to tell you how much I appreciate you sharing your wonderful learning materials. My students and I have a great deal of fun playing and learning at the same time.
I’m so happy to hear that, Debbie!
Dear Anna, thank you so much for your freebies! They are great! Wish you good luck and all the best!
You’re very welcome, Camilla!