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Ready for Some Football?

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Ready for some football?  The big game is quickly approaching–unfortunately the Lions won’t be playing so I’m not sure who I’ll be cheering for.  Anyway, Super Bowl Sunday is really fun at our house.  We typically gather with our close friends and make a night of it.  I’m thinking maybe the Ravens?

To celebrate the big game, Kyle and I quickly whipped up a fun sight word activity.  All you’ll need to do is print the footballs  single-sided to double-sided (I usually print them on cardstock), cut them out and you’ll have a ready-made game!  This activity is easily differentiated as you choose how many and which sight word footballs to use.  To play the game, students take turns choosing footballs and reading the words.  Pick the “touchdown” or “field goal” football and the player can choose more footballs, but pick the “penalty” football and all the balls go back in the pile.  This game has been a hit with the boys!

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Click HERE to download this activity from my TpT store

I love the little football that Kyle created so I also made it into a math activity for practicing addition facts to 12.  You can also modify the game for subtraction.

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Click HERE to download this freebie!

Sometimes it’s difficult to engage our little boys, especially those who are struggling.  The Race Car Blending activity has been quite popular with these kiddos.   The students blend the sounds as they are moving the car across the letters.

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Click HERE to download this activity from my TpT store

If you are a football fan, enjoy Super Bowl Sunday!

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