42 Independent Activities for Hands-on Phonics Review
This collection of adaptable activities helps young readers practice essential phonics and early-literacy skills in an independent learning-center setting. Delightfully illustrated reproducibles reduce preparation time and increase student motivation.
From Alphabet Treasure to Bossy R the Stupr Star, the learning-center activities in Dr. Maggie's Phonics Games will engage children as they practice fundamental phonics skills in a meaningful format. Requiring minimal preparation and organization, these simple, fun games are ideal as free-time or learning-center activities, or as take-home games for children to play with their families.
These activities are designed to complement Dr. Maggie's Phonics Readers – a set of 24 delightful short stories that reinforce phonics learning. If your children are familiar with these readers, Dr. Maggies Phonics Games will be an even more appealing addition to your phonics program. However, because these games address commonly taught phonics skills, they are an excellent companion for any early reading program.
|Author(s)||Margaret Allen, Ph.D.|