Students will ask to play the game over and over as they read the words on the cards to play a version of "Snap" The cards could also be used in different ways, which are in the directions. Each set of cards includes a cover page and a different picture on each set of cards to help with sorting the game out. The file includes the following:
Page 1: cover page
Page 2: Ideas and credits
Pages 3-6: Long a words
Page 7: Curve Ball Cards
Pages 8-11: Long e words
Pages 12-15: Long i words
Pages 16-19: Long o words
Pages 20-23 Long u words
Page 24: Game board
Page 25: Extra cards for the game board
Pages 26-30: Recording Sheets
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I graduated from Longwood College in 1997 and spent the first 14 years of my career as an educator in third and fourth grade classrooms. I loved teaching children, but my passion has always been with teaching reading.
I graduated from the University of Virginia with my Masters in Reading in May 2010 and waited patiently for the moment when I could do what I do most and help struggling readers learn to read! In 2011, that dream came true! Now I spend my days as a reading specialist working with students in Kindergarten through fifth grade as they learn to overcome reading difficulties and work to become stronger readers.
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