Looking for a free reading game for ee words? You’re in the right place!
This week I’m sharing a simple follow the path game for ee words.
Simply grab a die and playing pieces. (These colorful glass gems work perfectly.)
Take turns rolling the die, and move around the board to take your bee to the hive. If you land on a word, read it aloud. If you land on a flower, you lose a turn. Because stopping to drink some nectar takes a while. 😉
Game 1 is the simpler version because the words begin with single consonants, as in seek and meet.
Game 2 is the more challenging version because each word begins with a digraph, as in sheep, or a blend, as in sneeze.
Have fun getting the bee to the hive!
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Your students can complete these activities in Google Slides on a computer or tablet. The activities give them practice with ai, ay, ee, ea, ie, igh, -y, oa, ow, oo, ui, and ew.
Mary Beth Gibbon
Do you have any games for ee and ea words that make the long e sound?
Not yet, Mary Beth, but my plan is to make games for those and other phonics patterns in the next few months.
You’re welcome, Christine!
Thank you so much for making learning so playful! I recommend you to all of my mommy friends! Can you tell me if there are any plans for long vowel activities for the milk caps? I’m very excited about your new writing project. I can’t wait to hear all about it!
Hi Jessica! No… at this point I don’t have any plans to make long vowel milk cap spelling mats. I have so much to share regarding teaching writing! I hope you find it super useful. 🙂
Dear Anna! Thank you so much for your great printables!!! My children love the readers and the games by you.
I’m so glad to hear that, Eugenia!
This will be very useful. Thank you very much for sharing.
I hope you enjoy them, Elaine!
this is great, thank you
You’re welcome, Carol!