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Greatest way to organize classroom games. ABC, CVC, CVCe games and Vowel Team games.

How I organize games, updates, and FREE File

February 2 Deedee 2 min read
I have been making kindergarten games for my classroom since the days of index cards and Sharpies AKA: pre-cute fonts and clip art days.  Many of you know that I collect empty frosting containers to store them in.
This is an old picture… but I am happy to announce that I have completed the updates on all of my old card games.  Woo! Hoo!
Greatest way to organize classroom games. ABC, CVC, CVCe games and Vowel Team games.
Now each game has its own “I Can” Card... {loud audible sigh}… AT LAST!
Greatest way to organize classroom games. ABC, CVC, CVCe games and Vowel Team games.
Greatest way to organize classroom games. ABC, CVC, CVCe games and Vowel Team games.
Why do we need to so many themes?  Why do we need to add novelty?  This is why!
So we change it up all. the. time.  And my students scamper to play the “brand new game” when actually it is the same game with a different theme. They are super engaged which makes them happy.  They are practicing important skills over and over again which makes me happy!
For some students, these activities might be a small group warm up.   Blend 3 phonemes, blend onset/rime, isolate the sounds, get your mouth ready for the first sound… everyone has a different need.  Therefore we use the cards differently.
Greatest way to organize classroom games. ABC, CVC, CVCe games and Vowel Team games.
For other students, these activities are independent practice or they go great in the dessert (early finishers) tub.
As I said before, I FINALLY finished updating these games.
 If you have previously purchased them, you can just download them again at no additional charge.
AND this is a vowel teams, CVCe, and CVC bundle.    You can find that bundle HERE.
And HERE is your free file.  This was a previous FREE file, that I have updated and reposted.
Greatest way to organize classroom games. ABC, CVC, CVCe games and Vowel Team games.
How do you organize your classroom games?

4 Comments

  • Carrie February 2 at 3:22 am

    OOOO I see how you labeled your CVC games! I'll just use those cards. 🙂

  • bridgi8 February 7 at 1:49 pm

    Hi Deedee, I just downloaded your freebie and thank you! I plan on ordering some more of your games too. Still trying to collect frosting tubs! I noticed on the freebie on the I can cards the card pulled said bag and in the speech bubble it says bat. Just thought I would ask you about it. Love and appreciate all the things you do!

  • Lisa Byrd May 19 at 4:43 am

    Deedee,
    I have been saving the cube gum containers (lemon is my favorite too). I can’t remember which game you put in them to store. can you please let me know? I am not sure if I already purchased it or if I still need to do that! I’m sorry if I sound confusing! I have had a very rough class this year and today is our last day!
    Thank you so much!
    Lisa

    • Deedee May 19 at 5:52 am

      Oh! Bless your heart! Those years are so rough on you. However, it is nice to get them out of the way. Now you know that next year will be a great year and you can just enjoy the summer!

      I put the Roll, Say, Keep games in there. They are the sight word games.

      Have a WELL DESERVED summer break!

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