One of things I noticed is that all my kids have different learning styles. My son is a visual learning, it helps if he physically sees what is going on. One way of doing this is coming up with fun games to help him understand what we are working on.
The one thing that he struggles with are rhyming words. If I “say” what rhymes with dog, he has a hard time figuring out the answer. If I put the word in “writing” in front of him, he sees that dog ends with the -og sound, so now he knows that another word that ends with -og is the rhyming word that goes with dog.
I came up with a fun rhyming game using CVC (consonant-vowel- consonant) words. Not only does this game help with rhyming, but it also helps with sounding out words too. Since it is October, I have decided to do a Halloween themed game. You can choose whatever theme you like.
First, make your templates, you can either draw them yourself or print them out from the internet. After you have your templates trace them on construction paper.