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Fall Silent E Spelling Games

Practice spelling with an autumn theme with these fun and interactive fall silent e spelling games! Feeding the word to fall friends is great phonics practice!


Digital Long Vowel / Silent E Spelling Games

Long Vowel Games

Help your students understand their spelling skills with these fall long vowel spelling games! Your students will choose the correct spelling of the words with silent E and feed it to the hungry fall animal’s mouth!

Easy to assign and easy to grade, these digital spelling games will be a hit for you and your students.

Choose the digital platform that works best for your students: Google Slides, Seesaw, or Boom Cards! With 30 Long Vowel / Silent E words, your students will choose the correct word and drop it right into the fall friend’s mouth!

Seesaw Digital Resources
Boom Cards Resources

Printable Fall Long Vowel / Silent E Spelling Games

You can choose a printable option for these spelling games too! There are six posters of fall animals to laminate for your spelling centers. Then, you have a way to differentiate your games by choosing from the 30 word cards or the 30 word and picture clue cards.

Play the printable games by feeding them to the fall animal posters, or play traditional card games like Memory or Go Fish.

Full instructions accompany each of these games.

Fall Friends Spelling Games

Want A Sneak Peek Of The Spelling Games?

Check out the fall games in action

Need help using these in your clasroom?

You can watch more about using matching games for your spelling center here.

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"The activities are fun, interactive, and align perfectly with the curriculum standards. I love how easy it is to incorporate them into my lesson plans, and my students have improved their spelling skills significantly since we started using these activities."