If you're looking for one last game to add to your flashcard repertoire, look no further than...well, TO A GAME...board, that is.
It seems like such a basic idea, I realize. But, with a little tweaking, a simple game board can provide you with not ONE, but TWO forms of review!
To review TWICE with a game boardIn addition to a set of flashcards, you'll need a blank game board. Below are a few links with many printable boards that are free for the taking! Otherwise, you can always make one of your own on some scratch paper. (I make one at least once a week and it takes 30 seconds!)
*The first example is of a start-to-finish path board. After filling in all the spaces of the board, my son had to roll a dice, move a chip to the appropriate spot, and then correctly read off the phonics sound in order to roll again.
The second example is of a homemade bingo board. He filled in the spaces during the first round of addition flashcard review. Then, I mixed up the cards and flashed them again. He marked off the answers hoping to get four in a row...BINGO!
Using game boards is a great way to get TWO reviews for the price of one. And the children have no idea. They are having too much fun playing a game to even notice. SNEAKY!
Need a few game boards to get you started?
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