Wake Up, Jake! (-ake): Word Family Play

By: Pamela Chanko

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ePage (533 KB) 4
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E-Pages
Zack's Shack (-ack): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
On the Trail With Snail and Quail (-ail): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Stan, the Fix-It Man (-an): Word Family Play 5
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Thank You, Hank (-ank): Word Family Play 4
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Tippy Turtle Learns to Tap (-ap): Word Family Play 5
$3.00
Drat That Cat! (-at): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Nate and Tate Are Late (-ate): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Ray, the Jay (-ay): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Go to Sleep, Sheep (-eep): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Please Don't Yell, Nell! (-ell): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
The Best Pest Contest (-est): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Nick Gets Sick (-ick): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Little Lion's Nightlight (-ight): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Jill and Bill (-ill): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
The King Hears a Ping (-ing): Word Family Play 5
$3.00
Think Pink! (-ink): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Kim and Kip Take a Dip (-ip): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Knock, Knock! (-ock): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Bip and Bop Shop for Pop (-op): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Hot Dog! (-ot): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Bad-Luck Chuck (-uck): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Sammy Slug Gets Snug (-ug): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Freddy Frump Is a Grump (-ump): Word Family Play 4
$3.00
Mr. Crunk's Junk (-unk): Word Family Play 5
$3.00
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Product Description:

Create confident, fluent readers. This delightful play gives children plenty of repeated reading practice with words from the "-ake" word family! Guaranteed to help children build the decoding skills that lead fluency and comprehension. They'll want to read them again and again!

Grades K - 2

Word Family Freeze ‘n’ Go This game improves listening skills while keeping children moving! 1. Clear an open area and have children form a horizontal line against a wall, or have them stand on a starting line that you’ve marked with masking tape. Stand at a distance, facing the group, and announce a target phonogram (for instance, -est). Explain to children that you will be calling out some words, and it is their job to move forward until they tag you. The catch? Children may only move on -est words! If they hear a word that does not end with -est, they must freeze in place. 2. Begin calling out words (such as nest, best, pest) as children move forward, and then randomly insert a word from a different family (such as snake). Anyone caught moving on that word must return to the starting line and begin again. Continue calling out words as children freeze and go. The first child to reach you wins and gets to be the next word caller. (If children have trouble calling words spontaneously, you might give callers a word list or word cards to read from.)

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