The supervisor, or cassette tape, shouts out, "Give me______!" (Letter sounds only!) The student shouts out, "Here is_____!" (Names the letters!) At the same time, the student either reaches for a cut out combination to hold up or points to the chart.
Pin the Tail on the Digraph dog
Digraphs found in the chart are copied, cut out, and glued to a strip of paper referred to as a tail. A dog secured to the wall has no tail. The dog can be made from the following outline: Trace around a plate for its head and make two pointed ears. A rectangle can be its body with four lines drawn out from it for the legs. The student looks over the tails and calls out the sound for each.
The student is blindfolded and a digraph tail is given to him or her for the purpose of pinning it on the dog. The digraphs are reviewed once the dog has received his many tails.
Pin the Ears on the Blend Cat
This game is the same as Pin the tail on the Digraph Cat as described on the preceding page. The ears have blends glued on them and the cat can be outlined in the same way as the dog. Just make some whiskers!
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