The more fluently a child can read words on a page, the easier it is for them to focus on the underlying meaning of the words. This digraph fluency reading game is a quick, no-prep way to help your kids learn to read words with beginning digraphs fluently. In this activity, students will practice identifying beginning digraphs using this fun roll and read fluency game.
This is a more advanced version of the letter naming fluency printable game we do with children who are mastering letter recognition. Use the digraph roll and read game for differentiated practice during centers or small group instruction to provide a similar activity that focuses on a slightly higher skill set.
HOW TO PLAY
Start the game by having your kids roll a number cube.
Next, find that row on the game board and read the row.
If you’re trying to extend the game to make it last longer or for more fluency practice, try one of these options:
Use a sand timer and have kids play until the timer runs out.
Use counters to track how many times a child finishes a specific row. Place the counters out in rows next to the completed row. Challenge kids to play until there are three counters beside each row.