3 Sounds of EA Vowel Team 3-in-1 Game



Are your students struggling to read those tricky EA words and in need of some additional hands-on practice? Help your students master this important step in the Orton Gillingham scope and sequence with this low-prep, fun, and engaging resource. Understanding the 3 sounds of the ea vowel team (long e, long a, short e) is an important science of reading decoding strategy, but why not have fun while practicing it? Best of all, the 3 games included are very similar to games your students likely already know how to play (UNO, Chutes and Ladders and Dominoes) to simplify the process even more.

3 variations of gameplay are included in this one low-prep resource! Your students are sure to be motivated to practice decoding their EA words with this 3 in one resource. Visual student-friendly directions are provided to support student understanding of the game rules and encourage independent play during centers.

We understand how valuable your instructional time is. No one wants to have to spend a lot of time getting ready for Orton Gillingham games you’ll use in your classroom!

This resource includes:

  • 3 variations of gameplay modeled after popular games (UNO, Chutes and Ladders, Dominoes)
  • Student-friendly directions 
  • Printable board game template 
  • EA word cards for gameplay
  • Blank version of cards for customization 

Setup is QUICK and EASY – just print, laminate (if you wish) and GO

Benefits of this resource:

  • Your students will get critical practice decoding words with the ea vowel team
  • LOW PREP – print and go! 
  • Academically engaging
  • Minimal materials required – all 3 games use the same set of word cards. Prep once and you have 3 activities at the ready! 

Who should purchase this resource?

  • Teachers looking for  LOW-PREP resources that are both engaging and beneficial for student learning. 
  • Teachers looking for activities that provide direct and explicit instruction of the ea vowel team

Standards & Topics Covered


Know spelling-sound correspondences for additional common vowel teams.

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