Trying to find an authentic activity for your students to practice phonics independently? Want something that is truly additional practice and not just fluff? These two digraph board games are perfect for center work in your reading classroom.
Included are 2 different board games that use the same card deck. By using the same card deck, you save your precious prep time.
1. Traditional board game. Students flip over cards, moving along the game board in a race to get to the finish line. Students will look at an image, decide the digraph, then move their game piece to the next corresponding digraph.
2. 4-in-a-row. Students flip over cards, decide the digraph, and place a chip on the board. Students work to get 4 of the same color in a row. First to 4 wins!
3. 48 images for the card decks.
4. Game pieces to print, if needed.