Fun Follow-Up Activities
Use 32 index cards in all one color to write one word on each card. Make two sets of cards.
1. Play Memory Game
Use only 4 pairs of cards at a time. Place them face down on the table or floor. The child must turn over two cards and try to find a match. If they don’t match the cards are once again turned face down. When a match is found the child must be able to say the word.
2. Hide the Cards Around the House (or Classroom)
Use one set of cards and hide them around the house. Instruct the child to find the words and bring each one to you. If the child can say the word the child keeps the card. Can the child collect and say all 16 words?
3. Use as Flash Cards
Hold each word up individually and see if the child can say the word.
Use a ruler to make 2 bingo cards with four squares across and four squares down or download a copy of a blank BINGO template for free.
Write one word in each square in random order. Make the cards different from each other.
Then use one set of file cards. Place them face down in a pile. Draw a card from the top of the pile and say the word. Use markers to mark that word on the card. You can play and your child can play!