Improper Fractions Matching Games

Improper Fractions Matching Games

Improper fraction matching games, description There are 10 different improper fractions in each set. These are represented in three different ways: as a picture, as a mixed number and as an improper fraction. The aim of the game is to match up all three representations of each one. Set 1: halves, thirds and quarters Set 2: fifths and tenths Set 3: sixths, sevenths, eighths, ninths, twelfths and fifteenths The 30 cards in each set can be used in different way. 1) Simply match up the three representations of each fraction 2) A rummy type game in which 2 or 3 players ask for the fractions needed to complete their triplets. The winner is the player with the most triplets at the end. 3) A pelmanism type game in which the improper fraction and the mixed number are placed face down. Players take it in turns turning over two cards and keep the ones that match.
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Fraction Ordering

Fraction Ordering

This activity reinforces what fractions mean. Children arrange the 42 cards in each set along a line from 0-1. For example, which side of ¾ does 7/8 go? Why? A given fraction is illustrated in different ways: as a number; as a picture of a familiar object, such as half an apple or pizza; as a diagram or as a fraction of a whole number such as half a box of 6 eggs. There are four sets at different levels which I have listed separately because the file sizes are huge. Set 1 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3 ,2⁄3, 1⁄5, 1 Set 2 1⁄6, 5⁄6, 1⁄8, 3⁄8, 5⁄8, 7⁄8, 1⁄12 Set 3 Equivalent fractions: 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3, 2⁄3, 1⁄5, 4⁄5 Set 4 Equivalent fractions, including decimals and percentages 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄5, 4⁄5, 1⁄8, 1⁄10, The equivalent fractions help to explain how the same value may appear in different forms. In set 3, 1⁄2 can be matched with 2⁄4, 3⁄6, 4⁄8, and 5⁄10, for example. Set 4 introduces the idea that the same value can appear as a fraction, as a decimal or as a percentage. 1⁄2 can be matched with 0.5 and 50% as well as with 3/6 of a box of eggs, for example.
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Fraction Dominoes

Fraction Dominoes

Fraction Domino Description These games familiarise children with fractions and reinforce what fractions mean. The dominoes are played the same way as conventional dominoes but by representing each fraction in eight different ways, I aim for children to extract the essence of what a fraction is rather than simply matching identical pictures. In this new 2017 version of my Fraction Dominoes, I have replaced many of the diagrams with photographs. There are four sets at different levels which I have listed both separately and as a bundle. Set 1 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3 ,2⁄3, 1⁄5, 1 Set 2 1⁄6, 5⁄6, 1⁄8, 3⁄8, 5⁄8, 7⁄8, 1⁄12 Set 3 Equivalent fractions 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3, 2⁄3, 1⁄5, 4⁄5 Set 4 Equivalent fractions, including decimals and percentages 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4 , 1⁄5, 4⁄5, 1⁄8, 1⁄10 The equivalent fractions help to explain how the same value may appear in different forms. In set 3, 1⁄2 can be matched with both a numerical and a pictorial representation of 2⁄4, 3⁄6, 4⁄8, and 5⁄10, for example. Set 4 introduces the idea that the same value can appear as a fraction, as a decimal or as a percentage. 1⁄2 can be matched with 0.5 and 50% as well as with half a box of eggs or half an apple, for example.
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Phonics

Phonics

Rhyme Rummy is a game for 2-5 players, and is played in a similar way to number rummy but is less complicated. The aim of the game is to but down rhyming words and scoring is by words put down. Each of the 24 games (8 at each level) comprises 30 words which have a sound in common (e.g. set 1a all end in –t), so children have to listen hard to the other sounds to identify rhymes. Sets can be mixed and combined in many different ways depending on the needs of the children. For example, sets can be mixed so that sounds have more or less contrast. If it is difficult for a child to hear the differences in the sounds, sets may be mixed so that there are no similarities. For example, instead of using all set 1a words, the “-at” words can be used from 1a, the -“ip” words from 1b, the “-on” words from 1d, the -“eg” words from 1e and the “-uck” words from 1f. If a child has particular difficulties with one pair of sounds, e.g. “m” and “n”, it can be helpful to just take words ending in these letters. Set 1: Three-, four- and five- letter phonic words (CVC, CVCC, CCVC, CCVCC) and ch-. Set 2: Double vowels,-sh, -ch and split digraph (“magic e”) words Set 3: Vowel digraphs and two-syllable words Onset and Rime Follow me: These games give practice in sounding out words and in building both words and non-words in an enjoyable game situation. The "follow me" cards involve matching beginnings and ends of words (and in discussing whether plausible-looking combinations actually result in real words). So, "c" can be matched with "at" to form "cat", "p" can be matched with "en" to form "pen", and "s" can be matched with "and" to form "sand", for example. But can "c" be matched with "en" or "and"? Sounding out the words that players create and discussing whether the words are real or not helps to build confidence in early readers as well as an understanding of phonics and the sounds of letter combinations. Set 1: CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) combinations, initial blends, th and ch in the initial position, -ll and -ck Set 2: Split digraph (magic e), th-, -sh, -oo-, -ng, -nk and -or- Set 3: -ou-, -oa-, -igh- -ow-, -or-, -ea-, -ai-, -ew, two-syllable —le words. Phonic Dominoes: The phonic dominoes are played in the same way as conventional dominoes. Instead of matching dots, these dominoes involve matching sounds (rhymes/rimes with different onsets). So, "rat" can be matched with "hat", "mat" or "pat", for example. Set 1: CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant), -ll and some initial blends Set 2: CVC, sh, ch. Set 3: final blends, -ou-, -oa-, -ai-, -ea-, -ng
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Fraction Snap and Happy Families

Fraction Snap and Happy Families

These games: a) Demonstrate that fractions can be represented in many different ways b) Give practice in matching fractions with their pictorial representation c) Give practice in matching fractions with the equivalent percentage Version 1 This is a game for two players. 10 different fractions (1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 2/3, 3/4, 1/5, 4/5, 9/10, 1/8 and 5/6 ) are represented in four different ways. The aim of the game is to collect as many cards as possible by shouting “snap” when two matching cards occur together. Version 2 An additional 10 cards represent the same fractions as a percentage. The game is played the same way. Happy Families The same cards can be used with three or four players to play a version of “Happy Families.”
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Improper fractions matching game, set 3

Improper fractions matching game, set 3

Improper fraction matching games, description There are 10 different improper fractions in each set. These are represented in three different ways: as a picture, as a mixed number and as an improper fraction. The aim of the game is to match up all three representations of each one. Set 1: halves, thirds and quarters Set 2: fifths and tenths Set 3: sixths, sevenths, eighths, ninths, twelfths and fifteenths The 30 cards in each set can be used in different way. 1) Simply match up the three representations of each fraction 2) A rummy type game in which 2 or 3 players ask for the fractions needed to complete their triplets. The winner is the player with the most triplets at the end. 3) A pelmanism type game in which the improper fraction and the mixed number are placed face down. Players take it in turns turning over two cards and keep the ones that match.
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Improper fractions matching set 1

Improper fractions matching set 1

Improper fraction matching games, description There are 10 different improper fractions in each set. These are represented in three different ways: as a picture, as a mixed number and as an improper fraction. The aim of the game is to match up all three representations of each one. Set 1: halves, thirds and quarters Set 2: fifths and tenths Set 3: sixths, sevenths, eighths, ninths, twelfths and fifteenths The 30 cards in each set can be used in different way. 1) Simply match up the three representations of each fraction 2) A rummy type game in which 2 or 3 players ask for the fractions needed to complete their triplets. The winner is the player with the most triplets at the end. 3) A pelmanism type game in which the improper fraction and the mixed number are placed face down. Players take it in turns turning over two cards and keep the ones that match.
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Improper fractions matching game, set 2

Improper fractions matching game, set 2

Improper fraction matching games, description There are 10 different improper fractions in each set. These are represented in three different ways: as a picture, as a mixed number and as an improper fraction. The aim of the game is to match up all three representations of each one. Set 1: halves, thirds and quarters Set 2: fifths and tenths Set 3: sixths, sevenths, eighths, ninths, twelfths and fifteenths The 30 cards in each set can be used in different way. 1) Simply match up the three representations of each fraction 2) A rummy type game in which 2 or 3 players ask for the fractions needed to complete their triplets. The winner is the player with the most triplets at the end. 3) A pelmanism type game in which the improper fraction and the mixed number are placed face down. Players take it in turns turning over two cards and keep the ones that match.
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Fraction Ordering Set 4

Fraction Ordering Set 4

This activity reinforces what fractions mean. Children arrange the 42 cards in each set along a line from 0-1. For example, which side of ¾ does 7/8 go? Why? A given fraction is illustrated in different ways: as a number; as a picture of a familiar object, such as half an apple or pizza; as a diagram or as a fraction of a whole number such as half a box of 6 eggs. There are four sets at different levels which I have listed separately because the file sizes are huge. Set 1 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3 ,2⁄3, 1⁄5, 1 Set 2 1⁄6, 5⁄6, 1⁄8, 3⁄8, 5⁄8, 7⁄8, 1⁄12 Set 3 Equivalent fractions: 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3, 2⁄3, 1⁄5, 4⁄5 Set 4 Equivalent fractions, including decimals and percentages 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄5, 4⁄5, 1⁄8, 1⁄10, The equivalent fractions help to explain how the same value may appear in different forms. In set 3, 1⁄2 can be matched with 2⁄4, 3⁄6, 4⁄8, and 5⁄10, for example. Set 4 introduces the idea that the same value can appear as a fraction, as a decimal or as a percentage. 1⁄2 can be matched with 0.5 and 50% as well as with 3/6 of a box of eggs, for example.
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Fraction Ordering Set 2

Fraction Ordering Set 2

This activity reinforces what fractions mean. Children arrange the 42 cards in each set along a line from 0-1. For example, which side of ¾ does 7/8 go? Why? A given fraction is illustrated in different ways: as a number; as a picture of a familiar object, such as half an apple or pizza; as a diagram or as a fraction of a whole number such as half a box of 6 eggs. There are four sets at different levels which I have listed separately because the file sizes are huge. Set 1 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3 ,2⁄3, 1⁄5, 1 Set 2 1⁄6, 5⁄6, 1⁄8, 3⁄8, 5⁄8, 7⁄8, 1⁄12 Set 3 Equivalent fractions: 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3, 2⁄3, 1⁄5, 4⁄5 Set 4 Equivalent fractions, including decimals and percentages 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄5, 4⁄5, 1⁄8, 1⁄10, The equivalent fractions help to explain how the same value may appear in different forms. In set 3, 1⁄2 can be matched with 2⁄4, 3⁄6, 4⁄8, and 5⁄10, for example. Set 4 introduces the idea that the same value can appear as a fraction, as a decimal or as a percentage. 1⁄2 can be matched with 0.5 and 50% as well as with 3/6 of a box of eggs, for example.
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Fraction Ordering Set 1

Fraction Ordering Set 1

This activity reinforces what fractions mean. Children arrange the 42 cards in each set along a line from 0-1. For example, which side of ¾ does 7/8 go? Why? A given fraction is illustrated in different ways: as a number; as a picture of a familiar object, such as half an apple or pizza; as a diagram or as a fraction of a whole number such as half a box of 6 eggs. There are four sets at different levels which I have listed separately because the file sizes are huge. Set 1 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3 ,2⁄3, 1⁄5, 1 Set 2 1⁄6, 5⁄6, 1⁄8, 3⁄8, 5⁄8, 7⁄8, 1⁄12 Set 3 Equivalent fractions: 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3, 2⁄3, 1⁄5, 4⁄5 Set 4 Equivalent fractions, including decimals and percentages 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄5, 4⁄5, 1⁄8, 1⁄10, The equivalent fractions help to explain how the same value may appear in different forms. In set 3, 1⁄2 can be matched with 2⁄4, 3⁄6, 4⁄8, and 5⁄10, for example. Set 4 introduces the idea that the same value can appear as a fraction, as a decimal or as a percentage. 1⁄2 can be matched with 0.5 and 50% as well as with 3/6 of a box of eggs, for example.
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Fraction Ordering Set 3

Fraction Ordering Set 3

This activity reinforces what fractions mean. Children arrange the 42 cards in each set along a line from 0-1. For example, which side of ¾ does 7/8 go? Why? A given fraction is illustrated in different ways: as a number; as a picture of a familiar object, such as half an apple or pizza; as a diagram or as a fraction of a whole number such as half a box of 6 eggs. There are four sets at different levels which I have listed separately because the file sizes are huge. Set 1 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3 ,2⁄3, 1⁄5, 1 Set 2 1⁄6, 5⁄6, 1⁄8, 3⁄8, 5⁄8, 7⁄8, 1⁄12 Set 3 Equivalent fractions: 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3, 2⁄3, 1⁄5, 4⁄5 Set 4 Equivalent fractions, including decimals and percentages 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄5, 4⁄5, 1⁄8, 1⁄10, The equivalent fractions help to explain how the same value may appear in different forms. In set 3, 1⁄2 can be matched with 2⁄4, 3⁄6, 4⁄8, and 5⁄10, for example. Set 4 introduces the idea that the same value can appear as a fraction, as a decimal or as a percentage. 1⁄2 can be matched with 0.5 and 50% as well as with 3/6 of a box of eggs, for example.
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Fraction Dominoes Set 3

Fraction Dominoes Set 3

These games familiarise children with fractions and reinforce what fractions mean. The dominoes are played the same way as conventional dominoes but by representing each fraction in eight different ways, I aim for children to extract the essence of what a fraction is rather than simply matching identical pictures. In this new 2017 version of my Fraction Dominoes, I have replaced many of the diagrams with photographs. There are four sets at different levels which I have listed both separately and as a bundle. Set 1 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3 ,2⁄3, 1⁄5, 1 Set 2 1⁄6, 5⁄6, 1⁄8, 3⁄8, 5⁄8, 7⁄8, 1⁄12 Set 3 Equivalent fractions 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3, 2⁄3, 1⁄5, 4⁄5 Set 4 Equivalent fractions, including decimals and percentages 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄5, 4⁄5, 1⁄8, 1⁄10 The equivalent fractions help to explain how the same value may appear in different forms. In set 3, 1⁄2 can be matched with both a numerical and a pictorial representation of 2⁄4, 3⁄6, 4⁄8, and 5⁄10, for example. Set 4 introduces the idea that the same value can appear as a fraction, as a decimal or as a percentage. 1⁄2 can be matched with 0.5 and 50% as well as with half a box of eggs or half an apple, for example.
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Phonic Dominoes

Phonic Dominoes

The phonic dominoes are played in the same way as conventional dominoes. Instead of matching dots, these dominoes involve matching sounds (rhymes/rimes with different onsets). So, "rat" can be matched with "hat", "mat" or "pat", for example. Set 1: CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant), -ll and some initial blends Set 2: CVC, sh, ch. Set 3: final blends, -ou-, -oa-, -ai-, -ea-, -ng
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Fraction Dominoes Set 1

Fraction Dominoes Set 1

These games familiarise children with fractions and reinforce what fractions mean. The dominoes are played the same way as conventional dominoes but by representing each fraction in eight different ways, I aim for children to extract the essence of what a fraction is rather than simply matching identical pictures. In this new 2017 version of my Fraction Dominoes, I have replaced many of the diagrams with photographs. There are four sets at different levels which I have listed both separately and as a bundle. Set 1 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3 ,2⁄3, 1⁄5, 1 Set 2 1⁄6, 5⁄6, 1⁄8, 3⁄8, 5⁄8, 7⁄8, 1⁄12 Set 3 Equivalent fractions 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3, 2⁄3, 1⁄5, 4⁄5 Set 4 Equivalent fractions, including decimals and percentages 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄5, 4⁄5, 1⁄8, 1⁄10 The equivalent fractions help to explain how the same value may appear in different forms. In set 3, 1⁄2 can be matched with both a numerical and a pictorial representation of 2⁄4, 3/6, 4⁄8, and 5⁄10, for example. Set 4 introduces the idea that the same value can appear as a fraction, as a decimal or as a percentage. 1⁄2 can be matched with 0.5 and 50% as well as with half a box of eggs or half an apple, for example.
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Fraction Dominoes Set 4

Fraction Dominoes Set 4

These games familiarise children with fractions and reinforce what fractions mean. The dominoes are played the same way as conventional dominoes but by representing each fraction in eight different ways, I aim for children to extract the essence of what a fraction is rather than simply matching identical pictures. In this new 2017 version of my Fraction Dominoes, I have replaced many of the diagrams with photographs. There are four sets at different levels which I have listed both separately and as a bundle. Set 1 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3 ,2⁄3, 1⁄5, 1 Set 2 1⁄6, 5⁄6, 1⁄8, 3⁄8, 5⁄8, 7⁄8, 1⁄12 Set 3 Equivalent fractions 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3, 2⁄3, 1⁄5, 4⁄5 Set 4 Equivalent fractions, including decimals and percentages 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄5, 4⁄5, 1⁄8, 1⁄10 The equivalent fractions help to explain how the same value may appear in different forms. In set 3, 1⁄2 can be matched with both a numerical and a pictorial representation of 2⁄4, 3⁄6, 4⁄8, and 5⁄10, for example. Set 4 introduces the idea that the same value can appear as a fraction, as a decimal or as a percentage. 1⁄2 can be matched with 0.5 and 50% as well as with half a box of eggs or half an apple, for example.
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Fraction Dominoes Set 2

Fraction Dominoes Set 2

These games familiarise children with fractions and reinforce what fractions mean. The dominoes are played the same way as conventional dominoes but by representing each fraction in eight different ways, I aim for children to extract the essence of what a fraction is rather than simply matching identical pictures. In this new 2017 version of my Fraction Dominoes, I have replaced many of the diagrams with photographs. There are four sets at different levels which I have listed both separately and as a bundle. Set 1 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3 ,2⁄3, 1⁄5, 1 Set 2 1⁄6, 5⁄6, 1⁄8, 3⁄8, 5⁄8, 7⁄8, 1⁄12 Set 3 Equivalent fractions 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄3, 2⁄3, 1⁄5, 4⁄5 Set 4 Equivalent fractions, including decimals and percentages 1⁄2, 1⁄4, 3⁄4, 1⁄5, 4⁄5, 1⁄8, 1⁄10 The equivalent fractions help to explain how the same value may appear in different forms. In set 3, 1⁄2 can be matched with both a numerical and a pictorial representation of 2⁄4, 3⁄6, 4⁄8, and 5⁄10, for example. Set 4 introduces the idea that the same value can appear as a fraction, as a decimal or as a percentage. 1⁄2 can be matched with 0.5 and 50% as well as with half a box of eggs or half an apple, for example.
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Onset and Rime Follow Me

Onset and Rime Follow Me

These games give practice in sounding out words and in building both words and non-words in an enjoyable game situation. The "follow me" cards involve matching beginnings and ends of words (and in discussing whether plausible-looking combinations actually result in real words). So, "c" can be matched with "at" to form "cat", "p" can be matched with "en" to form "pen", and "s" can be matched with "and" to form "sand", for example. But can "c" be matched with "en" or "and"? Sounding out the words that players create and discussing whether the words are real or not helps to build confidence in early readers as well as an understanding of phonics and the sounds of letter combinations. Set 1: CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) combinations, initial blends, th and ch in the initial position, -ll and -ck Set 2: Split digraph (magic e), th-, -sh, -oo-, -ng, -nk and -or- Set 3: -ou-, -oa-, -igh- -ow-, -or-, -ea-, -ai-, -ew, two-syllable —le words
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Rhyme Rummy Set 3

Rhyme Rummy Set 3

Rhyme Rummy is a game for 2-5 players, and is played in a similar way to number rummy but is less complicated. The aim of the game is to but down rhyming words and scoring is by words put down. Each of the 24 games (8 at each level) comprises 30 words which have a sound in common (e.g. set 1a all end in –t), so children have to listen hard to the other sounds to identify rhymes. Sets can be mixed and combined in many different ways depending on the needs of the children. For example, sets can be mixed so that sounds have more or less contrast. If it is difficult for a child to hear the differences in the sounds, sets may be mixed so that there are no similarities. For example, instead of using all set 1a words, the “-at” words can be used from 1a, the -“ip” words from 1b, the “-on” words from 1d, the -“eg” words from 1e and the “-uck” words from 1f. If a child has particular difficulties with one pair of sounds, e.g. “m” and “n”, it can be helpful to just take words ending in these letters. Set 1: Three-, four- and five- letter phonic words (CVC, CVCC, CCVC, CCVCC) and ch-. Set 2: Double vowels,-sh, -ch and split digraph (“magic e”) words Set 3: Vowel digraphs and two-syllable words
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Rhyme Rummy Set 1

Rhyme Rummy Set 1

Rhyme Rummy is a game for 2-5 players, and is played in a similar way to number rummy but is less complicated. The aim of the game is to but down rhyming words and scoring is by words put down. Each of the 24 games (8 at each level) comprises 30 words which have a sound in common (e.g. set 1a all end in –t), so children have to listen hard to the other sounds to identify rhymes. Sets can be mixed and combined in many different ways depending on the needs of the children. For example, sets can be mixed so that sounds have more or less contrast. If it is difficult for a child to hear the differences in the sounds, sets may be mixed so that there are no similarities. For example, instead of using all set 1a words, the “-at” words can be used from 1a, the -“ip” words from 1b, the “-on” words from 1d, the -“eg” words from 1e and the “-uck” words from 1f. If a child has particular difficulties with one pair of sounds, e.g. “m” and “n”, it can be helpful to just take words ending in these letters. Set 1: Three-, four- and five- letter phonic words (CVC, CVCC, CCVC, CCVCC) and ch-. Set 2: Double vowels,-sh, -ch and split digraph (“magic e”) words Set 3: Vowel digraphs and two-syllable words
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Rhyme Rummy Set 2

Rhyme Rummy Set 2

Rhyme Rummy is a game for 2-5 players, and is played in a similar way to number rummy but is less complicated. The aim of the game is to but down rhyming words and scoring is by words put down. Each of the 24 games (8 at each level) comprises 30 words which have a sound in common (e.g. set 1a all end in –t), so children have to listen hard to the other sounds to identify rhymes. Sets can be mixed and combined in many different ways depending on the needs of the children. For example, sets can be mixed so that sounds have more or less contrast. If it is difficult for a child to hear the differences in the sounds, sets may be mixed so that there are no similarities. For example, instead of using all set 1a words, the “-at” words can be used from 1a, the -“ip” words from 1b, the “-on” words from 1d, the -“eg” words from 1e and the “-uck” words from 1f. If a child has particular difficulties with one pair of sounds, e.g. “m” and “n”, it can be helpful to just take words ending in these letters. Set 1: Three-, four- and five- letter phonic words (CVC, CVCC, CCVC, CCVCC) and ch-. Set 2: Double vowels,-sh, -ch and split digraph (“magic e”) words Set 3: Vowel digraphs and two-syllable words
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