Controlled R Board Game Game for Emergent Readers & Special Needs Students

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Summary: A fun reading game providing emergent readers with the opportunity to practise reading controlled R in a highly engaging way. Feel free to print out this word game, play it and learn.

Printable Controlled R Board Game
a board game to make learning controlled r a little more fun

Controlled R Game


Preparation:

Print boards and laminate. I print 1 game on each side - this makes it easy to revise and reinforce the previous list when children have moved on.

Materials:

A Game Board
One die ( yes die is the singular, dice is the plural )
Coloured counters for each player e.g. Player 1 = red Player 2 = green.

How to Play:

1. Roll the die.
2. Read a word with the same number as the dice.
3. Place one coloured counter on the word if read correctly
4. The winner is the one to have 4 in a row either vertically, horizontally or diagonally.

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