This week, I’m going to be featuring a couple silent consonant games that I created. This is the second of three installments. When the Calf is in the Barn focuses on silent c, h, l, and s.
All graphics used © Scrappin’ Doodles with permission.
There’s really no rhyme nor reason to how I decided to make these silent consonant games. I just wanted to cover all of them so that the kids would become familiar with silent letters and be able to recognize them. These games are a simple sorting game. The words are to be sorted to the mat for the letter that’s silent in each word. There’s also a worksheet that accompanies this game and can be completed during or after game play. This will also help with pronunciation and spelling of the words.
Here’s a collage sample of some of the parts of this game….
If you’re interested in this second installment of the silent consonants games, please just…..
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