The Phonogram and Math Learning Games
These games are for oral and visual drill for one to four players for hours of fun social interaction while learning. Packaged in brown kraft envelopes.
All four of these games are sold in brown, 9 x 12 inch, kraft envelopes. The game boards are laminated and some are folded. The sets of small game cards, which provide 3- 6 game variations per game, are 1 1/4 x 1 ½ inches, and packaged in zip-lock bags. The games are for oral and visual drill on the valuable phonograms. They are an excellent way to drill on both the Alphabet Phonograms and the Multi-Letter Basic, and Advanced Phonograms as a memory aid in retaining the phonograms. Each phonogram has its definite place, sounds, and many have special phrases and other notable characteristics.
G-01 Say and Stroke It Learning Game
The beginner’s manuscript phonogram game with an 8 ½ x 11 inches laminated board. Say all the sounds for each letter in scientific order for each game variation. For one to four players. Instructions are included. Happy face markers are placed when all the sounds for each letter are remembered correctly. Another game variation numbers how many sounds each letter makes. Handwriting details, that prevent dyslexia, are highlighted by the third game card.
G-02 Sound It Learning Game
A cursive Alphabet Phonogram game, with instructions included which accustoms the eye to reading the cursive letters. The board is 8 ½ x 11 inches, with a right-handed and a left-handed cursive side. The small game cards are 1 ½ x 1 1/4 inches. This game calls attention to certain cursive stroking details which are calculated to prevent dyslexia. It drills on 26 letters and contains five variations. All drills require saying all the sounds for each letter. Drilling becomes a social activity for two to four players while fixing the essential knowledge in mind. One person can also drill alone with these games to prime him for playing with the group.
G-03 Sound and Phrase It Learning Game
The last phonogram game has the most phonograms, with 2 laminated boards. The 10 3/4 x 14 inch board is for the Basic Multi-Letter Phonograms. The 8 3/8 x 11 inch board is for the Advanced Phonograms. There are 6 sets of small game cards (1 ½ x 1 1/4 inches), three for each game. Instructions are included.
These two games, sold in one envelope, teach three important points for the Basic Multi-Letter and Advanced Phonograms: (1) How many sounds each phonogram makes, (2) whether it is voiced or unvoiced, and (3) the differentiating phrases. The phrases enable you to orally communicate precisely which phonogram is referred to for each of the Basic Multi-Letter and Advanced Phonograms. These phrases also differentiate them from the Alphabet Phonograms. Knowing these details greatly facilitates spelling. Each game may be played by itself, or both games may be played together for more challenge. The game is suitable for two to four players, but one person can drill on it alone, if desired. Much drill will make students proficient. A total of 69 phonograms are taught through these two games. This is a fun and challenging game!
G-04 Math It Learning Games
Add It, Double It, Half It, and Times It, are packaged in one a brown Kraft envelope with instructions on how to think and figure to easily find the facts. There is a specific order given for teaching Add It and Times It. Each of the four, laminated, 8 ½ x 11 inch game boards, are accompanied by four sets of small cards (1 ½ x 1 1/4 inches). This mental method of drilling on basic math facts may be a social game or it may be drilled on by one individual. Knowing these math details facilitates oral instruction for spelling and teaches facts that may be used in daily labor. Each game may be played by itself, or both games may be played together for a challenge.