Beginning Phonics Card Games improve your child's reading skills while they play familiar games they already know and love.
Now your kids are reading and having fun at the same time. And they love to make their own card decks by separating the cards along the perforations and then coloring the cards. (Younger kids will need help separating the cards so they don't tear.)
Teachers, parents, and tutors use these Phonics Card Games, designed by Linda Silbert, PhD and Al Silbert, EdD, to help kids develop reading and writing skills, and to improve focus and self-esteem.
This assortment of 10 Phonics Card Games for beginning phonics integrates well with the Orton-Gillingham and Wilson methods which are used in many school districts to teach reading.
Because of their benefit to children with learning disabilities, special ed teachers use these fun Phonics Card Games to help teach reading. Kids with ADD, ADHD, Autism, sensory processing disorder, language processing disorders, dysgraphia, and dyslexia can all have a great time playing the games while they get better at reading.
The 10-game assortment of Phonics Card Games includes game instructions and definitions of phonics words for Parents and Teachers.
Free Bonus: Click to download the Phonics Check List to help identify the specific phonemes your child needs to master. (Phonemes are the smallest units of sound in a language)
Individual decks include these phonics fundamentals. See individual card games at Phonics Games for more details.
Ages: 5 and above
Reading Level: Kindergarten and above
Publisher: Strong Learning, Inc.
Card Decks: 10 decks, 1 deck per game>
Quantity: 40 sheets perforated card stock
Contents: Each game includes 41 Playing Cards including 20 pairs of matching word cards plus one Old Maid card, 1 Rule Card, 1 Word List Card, 5 Clue Cards, 1 Self-closing poly storage bag, Directions for playing all four games using the same cards, Phonics Definitions for Parents and Teachers.
Dimensions: Ea. sheet 8 1/2" x 11" Ea. card 2 1/8" x 3 1/2," the perfect size for little hands.
Reviews by parents and teachers for Learning Magazine's Teacher Choice Awards:
"I loved watching my students having fun and learning at the same time."
"Students were eager to play the games."
"Students thought they were playing a game, not working."
"The game aspect was a strong motivator for students."
"Powerful learning tool."
"Games provided phonics practice in a different format."
"Great review of phonics skills."