Little Sis loves school. She definitely wants ownership in it and will often come up to me with books in hand wanting to work on something. She has surprised me by breezing through her phonics program, and to fill in the gap until I purchase the next unit, I have been setting up games reinforcing what she has learned up to now like this Stomp It Out Phonics Game.
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Fun Reading Game for Kids
I happened upon these foam feet at the Dollar Store not too long ago and just had to snatch them up. They came in handy for this reading game, and for kiddos that like to move-- this is perfect for them!
Supplies needed for this fun phonics game:
- foam feet
On each foam foot, I wrote a letter of the alphabet with a black sharpie marker.
Gotta love sharpies!!
We used these alphabet feet to work on blending and reading CVC words.
I made a CVC word and had Little Sis stomp or point to each foot while making the letter sound.
As she stomped on each letter, she was able to blend the sounds to make a word!
Or you could spread the feet all over the floor, call out a letter or sound, and have your child jump to it.
Or you could use the feet to work on colors or numbers instead!
So many fun ways to learn and play with this foam feet set! Make sure to add some foam feet to your Dollar Store list on your next visit.
Little Sis had a blast stomping and reading! And little brother enjoyed the other activities I mentioned.
It makes for an easy activity to do indoors or to fill up a dragging afternoon... or just because! Have fun!