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Even though my daughter has her own spelling lists at school, I like to challenge her at home with word lists that are at her developmental level.
I love Word Study and use the fabulous book to determine what words are appropriate for her to spell.
Thankfully, I love creating new games for us to play.
Our newest game is called Give Me a Clue.
I used some fun detective clip art from.
The great thing about this free spelling game is that besides having kids practice writing their spelling words, it gives them the opportunity to analyze and compare the words in their list.
Read on to learn how!
If you land on a question, read it to the next player.
That player chooses a spelling word from the cup, reads it silently, and answers your question.
Turn over your word list and use the clue to guess the word.
If you guess the correct word from your word list, good for you!
Move ahead to the next picture.
Your turn is over.
If you roll the die and land on a colored space or a picture, the other player reads you a spelling word and you spell it out loud or write it on a sheet of paper.
You may not use that spelling list to help you.
Keep it turned over!
If you spell the word incorrectly, you must go backward to the nearest picture.
To assemble the game, I printed the two eword game grade 4 of paper pages 2-3 of the downloadmounted them on sturdy cardstock, and laminated each of them separately using our wonderful and affordable.
Then I eword game grade 4 them together using clear packing tape.
Want to get your own copy of this eword game grade 4 />Many of the games are editable!
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What a fun idea, Anna!
Thanks for so generously sharing your printable.
I featured your post as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page and on Pinterest.
I have tried to download your spelling game to no avail.
Pictures are there but any printed words are gibberish!!
Agreed — that would be very frustrating!
I had someone else dpsのデポジットリターン the same issue on this printable for some reason.
I think she was using Internet Explorer and then switched to Google Chrome.
Using Here, she was able to download and print without trouble.
What browser are you using?
For some reason Internet Explorer does not always work well with my site.
We love Words Their Way and use it as our homeschooling spelling curriculum.
Thanks so much for sharing!
I love to hear that homeschoolers are finding it.
Thank you so much!
This is just the kind of game that I was looking for to play with my 1st-3rd grade classroom!
Thank you for sharing!
I would love to use this game with my first-graders, but the link for the printable is broken!
Is the file no longer available?
Actually it comes right up for me, Heather!
Sometimes you need eword game grade 4 make a little change in how you access it.
My son is an advanced reader, but struggles with spelling.
My question is: you said you laminate it after you tape it together, eword game grade 4 />How do you do that?
Kristina, I think I wrote that wrong in the post.
I was so hopeful you had found an awesome method lol Thanks again!
Same error message: File is damaged.
You can use this board game to practice any word list.
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