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Learning Resources Reading Rods Word For Word Phonics Game
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- Fast-paced word-building game
- Can be played at multiple levels
- 2-4 players' game
- Includes 112 color-coded Rods, one two-minute timer, four pencils, one score pad and instructions
- Enhances child's reading and word-building skills
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Your students construct words within 2 minutes with blocks,Then they write them down and analyze them.
Students make words using blends, vowels, vowel combinations, onset and rhymes, and digraphs.
The pieces are sturdy and the box is sectioned to store them in their correct groups.
Suitable from about age 7 up to adult.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product! My son loves to build things with legos and blocks, so this is a great hands on activity for learning. The reading rods fit snugly together so they are very sturdy. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Melanie Johnson
I bought this for my 5 year to learn how to read. While I love the idea, it's quiet hard to snap the links. My adult fingers hurt after a few minutes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Evgenia Loshinina
worth the buy if you are looking for a fun way to get your children to learn to read by using sight words and key words. helps them to build and learn to sound out wordsPublished 3 months ago by Susan
These reading rods have helped my children with reading. I recommend purchasing this product to help your children with their studies.Published 6 months ago by Zangetsu
These rods make for a quick easy game. My children 6 & 7 play with our neighbours (10 & 11).Published 9 months ago by Edeana G.
I purchased to find a fun way to help teach a child to spell. It is not working. She finds this game as intimidating and difficult as Boogle or any other word game.Published 13 months ago by Racheal Hernandez