"Fill the house" with vowel digraphs!
Similar to "bingo" and "lotto," playing the Vowel Digraphs Fill-the-House Game gives kids lots of fun practice in decoding words with digraphs. In no time at all, kids quickly learn the basic phonemic pattern—"when two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking."
Examples of Vowel Digraphs families (’house’ boards) include: the ’ain’ family, the ’ean’ family, the ’oat’ family, and the ’ue’ family.
For 2 to 12 players or can be used one-on-one.