Monday, March 4, 2013

Egg Words

If you're like me, you have stashed away among your Easter stuff some empty plastic eggs. With the holiday coming up, I thought I'd use them to reinforce sight words by making a little game out of it. So I created EGG WORDS.

There's two ways to play it: Up to 4 people can play per game. Basically, one person opens and egg, and they all try to arrange it into one of their sight words. First person to identify the word gets it and the egg. When all the eggs have been checked, the student with the most eggs wins.

Second way to play it: First person picks an egg and tries to arrange the letters into a sight word. If they can't figure it out, they put the egg back, and the next person draws an egg. (Or they can choose the same egg the other person put back if they're pretty sure they know what the word is.) If they get the word right, next person draws. (They don't get to pick another egg. Only one egg per person per round.) Person who ends up with the most eggs wins.

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