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Yay! We’re at the last of our Four in a Row reading games for silent e words! This is a small set for u-e words. There just aren’t many words that fit this category, so I included just two games in the download.
My Three chose red and green Do-a-Dot markers for us to use as we played this game. (Christmas will be here soon!)
We took turns reading words and dotting them with our markers – trying to be the first to get four in a row. The first game includes u-e words that begin with single consonants (such as mule) or blends and digraphs (flute and chute).
The second game puts short vowel words (such as cup and bus) into the game as well. This way your young reader will have to really think about whether the word he’s reading has a short or long u sound.
As always, we had fun reading and dotting the remaining words even after one of us had won.
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