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Teach Your Monster to Read: Free Phonics Games for Kids

What does reading instruction look like in your classroom? The website Teach Your Monster to Read includes resources for students learning how to read. With these free phonics games for kids you can introduce students to a variety of reading skills, or include this website in a list of resources for families.

On this website you’ll find a game that includes lots of skill practice for students. It includes games that cover topics like letters and sounds. You’ll also find skill games for reading full sentences.

Free Phonics Games for Kids

Teach Your Monster to Read is a super fun, computer-based phonics game for kids.  This completely free online resource has over six hours of content for students to explore as they practice phonics skills.  It includes exercises on letters, sounds, and full sentences.

Screen Shot 2015-05-24 at 9.01.18 AMThis website can be used to supplement school instruction at home or incorporated into literacy stations.  You might use Teach Your Monster to Read with struggling students or children who need a boost with phonics.

The web-based version of this tool is totally free. Visit Teach Your Monster to Read’s website to learn more!

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Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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