Playing games, and using fun activities to learn, or hone reading skills, help make the learning process much more interesting
Play a word or letter game. If you are unfamiliar with letters, there are informal ways to become familiar with
Before there were words, people communicated with pictures, drawings, and symbols. This can be a great place to begin the
Act out the alphabet with a fun game that can be played verbally, with letter cards, or by making picture
Once a person is familiar with the alphabet, or with certain letters, put large letter tiles made from foam or
What’s in a name? Play this fun word game and find out! Set-up: You’ll need enough bottle caps or
Depending on what you make, this game can be used to help identify: letters, numbers, shapes, colors and objects in
We made up an open-ended game that encourages players to draw symbols, shapes, letters and numbers in creative ways.
Hangman/House by Fran W. Hangman, House, or Guess My Word is a very popular game in my household.
Easter Eggs with a Hidden Surprise Inside by Fran W To make the Easter egg with a surprise inside,