Classroom phonics games to support beginning and ending sounds, blends, digraphs, CVC & CVCe words. Your kindergarten students will love racing each other to complete their game card in these fun phonics activities.
Classroom Phonics Games for Kindergarten
In Kindergarten, we are always practicing phonics skills. Whether it’s beginning sounds in September or CVCe words in April… It’s All. Year. Long! We know that phonics should be taught and practiced in a variety of ways. These fun phonics games will keep your students engaged while they develop those, oh so, important skills.
How Do Students Play the Game?
Well… Jacque Barton and I wanted it to be fun and we all know that when it becomes a game… it is the BEST TIME EVER! So, students have their own game card and race to fill in the letters. The players take turns spinning the spinner and adding that sound to their game card. The game continues until a player fills their board.
We’ve included 14 phonics games in all, covering various literacy skills:
- Beginning Sounds
- Ending Sounds
- Beginning Blends & Digraphs
- CVC and CVCe Words
When Can You Use the Games in Your Classroom?
Literacy centers, intervention time, or small group instruction provide great opportunities to break out these games in your classroom. After a quick introduction, students become independent – especially with the ” I Can/Spinner” page. The skills change, but the rules don’t! A perfect game for any time of the year.
I found these small spinners on Amazon that work perfectly!
You can even add a response sheet for additional practice!
Add this fun and engaging game to your classroom!
Check out some other blog posts for more ideas on incorporating phonics throughout your day.