Do you need something new for your spelling station? Use these spelling games for long vowels! Your students will pick the correct spelling of a word to reach the treasure box at the end. Do you remember “Choose Your Own Endings” books? Just like those stories, your children will be excited to work their way through their spelling adventure! Watch this preview to see the game being played.
Add these games to your spelling station, or assign them for virtual learning. *Note: Your students MUST have access to Google Slides for this to work. Seesaw will redirect them to Google Slides to play the game.
How Do The Long Vowel Spelling Games Work? ?
Students will begin the game by choosing the correct spelling of a word. If they choose correctly, they will see a gold coin. If they make a mistake, they will go back to the word to fix their mistake. Once they have worked through all the spelling words, they will find their way to a treasure box! Full instructions for both teachers and students are included.
What CVC Words Are In This Spelling Game?
Spelling Games for Long a with silent e words
Spelling Games for ai/ay words
Spelling Games for ee/ea words
Spelling Games for Long i with Silent e words
Spelling Games for ie/igh words
Spelling Games for Long o with Silent e words
Spelling Games for oa/ow/oe words
Spelling Games for Long u with Silent e words
Spelling Games for ui words
Spelling Games for ue words
Spelling Games for Y as a Vowel
How Do These Games Help My Beginning Readers?
Audio is embedded on every slide. Your students can listen to the word before they choose. They also have unlimited chances to choose the correct spelling word.
Where Can I Get A Whole Set?
This set of spelling games is part of a bundle! Click HERE to check it out! You will save $3 on each spelling game by purchasing these games in a bundle instead of individually. Here is what is included:
- CVC Words
- Long Vowels
- Consonant Blends
- Variant Vowels
- Soft C – Soft G
- R-Controlled Vowels
Want To Know How to Make Spelling Games Like These? You can learn how by visiting the article at Teaching Firsties. Click here!