Spelling

Blending Word Blender Game

April 18, 2012
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  Download Blending Word Blender. This learning game focuses on blending words using ‘at’ (like in bat, cat, mat, that and sat) and ‘og’ (like in dog, log, frog and cog). Players need to move their counter around the board and collect letters to blend together and make different words with. It’s for young primary [...]

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Spelling Game – Beat the Mouse

February 24, 2012

A word recognition game that helps students spell and recognise particular words. It’s hang-man style game that’s a bit more appropriate for Primary and Elementary schools.   Learning outcomes: Spelling Word recognition   Required Material: Whiteboard Whiteboard marker   Aim of the game: To guess the mystery word before the mouse is drawn completely (Like [...]

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Spelling Game – Password

February 24, 2012

A challenging spelling game to help students learn how to spell words and improve their spelling ability.   Learning outcomes: Spelling Problem solving   Required Material: Pen Paper Whiteboard Whiteboard marker   Aim of the game: To guess the password using clues from previous guesses regarding how many correct letters your guess word had.   [...]

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Spelling Game – Word Form

February 24, 2012

A classroom spelling game to help teach word recognition and improve vocabulary.   Learning outcomes: Spelling Teamwork Communication   Required Material: Letter cards or tiles for each student Whiteboard Whiteboard marker   Aim of the game: Each student has a letter and needs to form a group with other students to make the longest word. [...]

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Spelling Game – Biggest Word

February 24, 2012

A classroom spelling game that encourages students to think about teamwork, word recognition and improve vocabulary by creating the biggest word.   Learning outcomes: Spelling Teamwork Communication Word recognition   Required Material: Letter cards or tiles with the complete range of letters (about 2 – 3 per student) Class dictionaries Whiteboard Whiteboard marker   Aim [...]

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