My Home Board Game
This my home board game would be a fun addition to your literacy or sight word centers. And since it is editable, you can use it to reinforce lots of different skills.
It is very easy for you to use too. Just type anything into the list on the first page and all of the spaces on the game board will auto-populate. Work on sight words, letters, numbers, math facts, number sense, spelling words and more!
This requires no-prep from you beyond typing in the words, letters or numbers you would like to add to the board game. Just print and play!
It will only take you a few minutes to create several different board games that can be used to meet all of the different needs of your students.
It also comes in color AND black and white so you can use it even if you don’t have access to color printing.
Differentiated All About Me Theme Activity
Because this board game is editable, it is super easy for you to differentiate it for all of the ability levels of your students. Use the exact same game for all of your students while giving each one what they need.
You’ll only need to teach them how to use the game board once and then they will know how to use them over and over again in the future for many different themes.
Here are some more differentiation ideas for this My Home board game:
Students roll a dice, move that many spaces, land on a letter and say its sound.
Students will roll a dice and move to the space with the same number on it. (Can use 6-sided dice, 10-sided dice, or even ten frame dice.)
Students roll two dice, add the numbers together and move to a space with that sum on it.
Players will roll a cube with a letter written on each side and then move to space that matches the letter rolled.
Students will roll a dice, move that many spaces, land on a word and read it out loud.
Players will roll a cube with blends or digraphs written on each side. Students roll the cube and move to a space with a word that includes that blend or digraph.
On a cube, write 1 on two sides, 2 on two more sides and 3 on the remaining two sides. Students roll a 1, 2 or a 3 and move to a word with that many syllables.
As you can see, there are so many ways to use this editable my home board game. I am sure your kids are going to have a blast using it!