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Frog Fun Game - Beginning, Middle and Ending sounds


PDF | 12 pages|Grades: F - 1

Game cards and instructions for a frog-themed CVC word combination game.

Each player receives a beginning, middle and ending lilypad and a set of frog letter cards.

Place all of the picture cards face down in a pile.

Players take it in turns to pick a picture card. If they can correctly identify the beginning, middle and ending sound by putting those frog letters on their lilypads, then they get to keep the picture card. If not, they put the picture card at the bottom of the pile.

The person with the most picture cards at the end of the game wins!

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