Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Thanksgiving Themed Smartboard/Activinspire Games Giveaway

Thanksgiving is a little more than a week away... so it's time for a thanksgiving themed giveaway!  I made a bunch of new games for the smartboard and promethean board to incorporate phonics and phonemic awareness skills with this turkey themed holiday!

You can win this bundle of five games by guessing my favorite thanksgiving side dish - the first person to get it correct wins!

 These thanksgiving themed smartboard/promethean board games are perfect for your classroom - not only are they adorable, but they're self checking also!


You can check out each of the individual games below!

 This thanksgiving themed smartboard/promethean board game is the perfect way to have your students practice CCVC words - just have your students read the word at the top of the page and find the picture that goes along with the word.       This thanksgiving themed smartboard/promethean board game is the perfect way to have your students practice middle short vowel sounds - just have your students drag the missing vowel into the word shape and erase the acorn to see if you're correct!

This Thanksgiving themed smartboard/promethean board game is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday!  Write the blend you hear at the end of the word. Erase the pilgrim's hat to see if you were correct.      This Thanksgiving themed smartboard/promethean board game is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday!  Just have students read the CVC word at the top of the page and touch the correct picture.  If they're right, they'll hear a turkey gobble!      This Thanksgiving themed smartboard/promethean board game is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday!  Have students spell the CVCe word at the top of the page, then figure out the "value" of the word by adding up the numbers on the tiles... this game is the perfect way to incorporate math into your ELA lessons!

Don't forget... you can win all of these games by guessing my favorite Thanksgiving side dish!

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