What are other tutors saying about Read-Spell Games.
I love these “4 or More!” games! And so do my students! I use them to start off almost every session, as a warm up/show off/fluency boost. They read a couple rows from previous lesson game boards. Then later in the session we play the current lesson game for a brain break. They love strategizing against me! We usually play 4 or more, then they beg to play Black Out, their favorite! Sometimes we play again at the end of the lesson, to further cement fluency and understanding. I love that this game slows down the pressure to decode quickly, giving them time in between each move to laugh a little, make up silly sentences and to regroup. I play a lot of games with my students. This one gives the most bang for the buck and it’s fun!Dorcas Weir