Reading games are such a fun way to get your kids engaged in learning. Most of the time, they don’t even know it’s happening! Since we love to learn through play, we found a bunch of board games and card games that teach reading and literacy skills. 15 {Awesome} Reading Games

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15 {Awesome} Reading Games

Smart Snack Alpha Pops – Perfect for younger kids, they match lower case and upper case letters. What’s Gnu – This three-letter learning game teaches word recognition, vocabulary building, and reading. Hangman Take and Play Anywhere – This game is small and magnetic so you can take it anywhere without worrying about the pieces falling off the board! Reading Riddle Maze – Kids work on reading and listening comprehension skills without even realizing it! Family Talk 2  – These are great conversation starter prompts for families either at the dinner table or on the road. Let beginning readers read the questions. Didax Chunks The Incredible Word Game – This word building game is perfect for 4-8 years olds, this game is played very similar to classic Concentration. Travel Crossword – This is great for older kids to practice coming up with words. This is magnetic, so it’s great on the go! Crossword Game – Roll the dice and build words. Scrabble Alphabet Scoop – A really fun twist on the classic scrabble game perfect for young kids. Melissa and Doug Alphabet Truck – Let kids build their own words to pull along on their alphabet truck – how many words can they tow? Riddle Moo This! – Grow your vocabulary with this silly riddle game. Melissa and Doug Water Wow Alphabet Cards – This is by far one of our favorite traveling activities and this version lets kids reveal an animal that matches the letter/word. Melissa and Doug Alphabet Puzzle Cards – Match lower and upper case letters to an animal and word with two piece puzzle cards. Sight Words Bingo – Like regular bingo, but you call out words instead of numbers! You’ve Been Sentenced – This game is for older children 8-11 and  helps with grammar and comprehension skills.

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Creating a Strong Foundation for Reading for Kids Which of these reading activities did your kids enjoy the most? Let us know in the comments below, we’d love to hear! Also, be sure to join us on our Facebook page. 

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