“Anyone can improve their classroom by adopting game-based learning strategies. Any lesson that requires practice, feedback, or scaffolding can benefit from the use of game mechanics.” – Robert Duncan, Director of Undergraduate Research at York College
|Short i words|
|Double Digit Addition, no regrouping|
|Sampler pack (FREE!!)|
|CVC short U words and pictures|
|Multiple meaning words and definitions
Tara Coleman says
WOW!! My students would love to play these games during independent centers!! Thanks for the fun opportunity!
What a super set of games! Very creative!
Laura Schachter says
They are such fun! Students can use independently to practice skills that they already have learned, for reinforcement. The beauty of this is that they will be SO excited to practice!!
Paula Hubert says
I love playing games with my reading groups. They absolutely love it and they don’t even realize they are learning valuable reading skills. 🙂
I would use these as review centers!