Want to give your speller practice with ee and ea words? Try this free game!
Here’s the game. You’ll need to print one copy, plus a recording sheet for each player.
How to play
1. Take turns moving your piece along the path by rolling the die. Then, without referring to the game board, think of a rhyming word. Spell it on your recording sheet. Make sure the other player(s) agree that it is spelled correctly. If you are unsure, consult with a teacher or parent. If it is incorrect, draw a line through it. (Note: you may not write duplicate words on your recording sheet.)
2. When all players have reached the jeep, each should count the correctly spelled words on his or her recording sheet. Whoever has the highest number of correctly spelled words, wins.
I designed this game to use with my Seven, who just finished the first part of first grade. He is a very good speller, and this game was quite easy for him, but it was still good review. His older sister (third grade) agreed to play with him.
Even though my Seven reached the end first, his sister won – because she had more words on her sheet. This is one game where it’s actually a good thing to roll low numbers!
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Great resource. thanks.
My son loves this game! (He is super active but always requests to play this after dinner!)
do you have anymore with other spelling patterns?
I’d love to purchase more for him! 🙂
I’m glad he enjoys this, Sylvia! You can see my free spelling games here: https://www.themeasuredmom.com/print-2/#spelling
Thanks Ana , great activity to be used with my second grade ELL’s!
You’re welcome, Maria!
Thank you so much for all of the great activities! I love using them with my small groups to focus on specific skills!
Yay – so glad you can use these, Sara!
Thanks for this!
I am going to use this with my K/1 classroom while I assess the Kinders on their phonics knowledge!
I’m so glad you can use these materials, Lexi!
Lisa P Genschel
Anna, Thank you so very much. This is a wonderful learning activity. It helped my 2nd grade son to have fun while learning!
So glad to hear that, Lisa!