Decide on your words. I chose 10 words that my daughter needed to work on. I selected from words that were on a take-home sheet from her teacher along with a few that she had been struggling with while we read together. I used a marker to write the words on the card stock squares. You’ll want two copies of each word, so I needed 20 squares for my 10 words.
you’ll be able to see the word through the back side. I learned that the combination of colored card stock plus washable marker will insure that you won’t be able to see the words when the game pieces are upside down.
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