Scrambled Word Game Pocket Chart™ And Cards

Item: 305975

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Build As Many Words As You Can With This Grid Of Letters

Challenge your students to use their language skills by forming as many words as they can! Our Scrambled Word Game presents a grid of letters for students to make words using adjacent letters. We include plenty of letter cards, plus additional "wild" cards and blanks for differentiation. A reproducible scoring sheet is included in the Teaching Guide as well as Scrambled grid suggestions. Use on our Really Good Desktop Pocket Chart Stand, 151116, or hang in your classroom.

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Spell simple words phonetically, drawing on knowledge of soundletter relationships.
Grade Level:
Grades: 2-5
  • Two-ply nylon fabric pocket chart with 16 pockets and a Velcro® strip on back
    Size: 18" by 14½"

  • 108 cards
    Size: 3" by 3" each

  • Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guide

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5 Stars

So many uses!

I use this product during work stations for buiding CVC words. I provide a vowel in each row and the students add the consonants. They decide if each word is a real word or nonsense word and record it on a sheet.
By from , MI
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Scramble Word Game Pocket Chart

The pocket charts are easy to use. I bought 5 of these. They keep pupils occupied as fillers. They can also be used to teach verbs and vocabulary. They serve as good interactive environmental print in the classroom. They are made with sturdy material and are easy to store. I love these pocket charts from ReallyGoodStuff.
By Ms Maple from , OR