Sunday, February 14, 2016

CVC Word Balloon Match Game


With some creativity learning how to read can be fun!  My daughter had a blast learning CVC words with this balloon game.  She also loves a good hunt so this game was a winner all the way around!

Use whatever balloons you might have lying around, we had some of those long skinny balloons so I used those.

Found one of the balloons and sounding out the word

After my daughter found a balloon she would sound out the word and then run over to these bins where I attached different CVC words with the same vowel sound.  She matched up the word on the balloon that had the same vowel sound/rhyming word as the word taped to the bins.


Trying to figure out which bin it goes in

Dog - Log - it rhymes/same vowel sound....a match!!

After all the balloons were found we continued playing by throwing the balloons into the bins.


This CVC game was alot of fun! Burning off  energy running around, finding the balloons and back to the bins again.  All around a great game that got the mind and body working together!



7 comments:

  1. This is great! I'm teaching CVC words to my 4 year old myself & he loves games associated with them.

    Would love to see your posts in the Practical Mondays Link Up:)

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    1. I hope your 4 year old has fun with this game! I so enjoy finding fun ways to learn with the kids! I'll be heading over to your link up, thanks for the invite :)

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    2. He's obsessed with balloons, will def try soon! thanks for linking up & see you next monday again :)

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  2. This is such a great way to teach children! How I wish my English is better so i can teach my kids. unfortunately my english language is horrible otherwise this is such a great way for me to teach them. Thank you for sharing it with us #pintorials

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    1. Thanks, Eileen! So many fun ways to learn!

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  3. Love this idea, Susen - what a great (and colorfully visual) way to practice reading and letter identification!

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    1. Thank you Jolanthe! We had alot of fun with this activity!

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