Fun {Low-Prep} Phonics Games

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Collaborate and listen.
Lucky’s back with a brand new invention.
Phonics grabs a hold of me tightly…

Okay, I could go on with this little ditty {courtesy of Deirdre, but I’ll spare you and get right to the point!} I spent my final week of vacation finishing up my latest units!
Fun {Low Prep} Phonics Games to help your students master the important letter, vowel, blends & digraphs sounds!

Dice Dice Baby – Totally Rad Phonics Games! I created these games as independent activities to reinforce phonics skills I’m teaching!

Each set comes with 3 different sets of 6 game cards {except the digraphs pack – it only has 2 sets of 6 game cards because there are limited words!}
Here’s a peek at one of the three sets included in the beginning sounds pack.
I’ve also included a self-checking answer sheet.  Simply print the grayscale version onto the back for your kiddos to check if they’re correct!
A die template is included for each colored set.
I personally used blank cubes I picked up at the craft store and wrote the letters onto the cube.  You can also swing by the Dollar Tree and snag some blank foam dice!
Photo courtesy of Math is Elementary Blog
To play, kids roll the die and match the letter to the picture.
The student to fill their card up first wins!
Alternatively, kids can play on their own just to practice their letter skills.
I’ve stored everything needed for the game inside of a zipper pencil pouch. It includes all six game cards, die, and dry erase markers.
Make sure to stock up on these zipper pouches now – they’re super cheap for Back to School time!
It made my heart happy the day after I made these games that one of my nephews woke up and asked, “Can we play your game again?”
Click on any of the pictures below to peek at the games on TpT.
ending sounds
long vowelsshort vowel games
digraph phonics gamesblends phonics game
Think they all look rad? Grab the Dice Dice Baby Bundle!


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One Response

  1. Those look fun! I wonder if you'd do a bundle of the long vowels, digraphs and blends. I could see using those in second grade, but probably not the others. The others could be bundled (B-M-E) could be bundles for Kinder, too!

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