Literacy Games

Literacy Games

On this page you will find our collection of high quality writing games. These writing games help develop individual writing components such as: parts of speech- nouns, verbs and adjectives; prepositions; figurative language (ie. similes, metaphors, hyperbole, onomatopoeia and more); punctuation and homophones. Print, laminate and off you go!

All games are easy to play, easy to set up and most require nothing more than counters and dice!

 

 

cvc word game snowman rush

 

May 2019 Bonus Download!

PDF 47 Pages Children will love playing and learning with this game. The focus in this game is identifying rhyme families. Once the snowmen have been cut out, the race is on to return them to their matching home! This product can also be used as set of CVC word posters! This game comes with an instructions page, explaining how the game is played.

 

Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives

 

Reach the finish by identifying nouns, verbs and adjectives.

Need: dice, counters.

 

Preposition Race

prepositions game literacy games

 

Reach the finish line by using the correct prepositions in the sentences!

Need: dice, counters.

 

Preposition Picture Match

preposition game picture match literacy games

 

 

Race to the finish, matching the correct prepositions to the pictures on the game board.

Need: dice, counters.

 

Similes and Metaphors Game

similes metaphors game literacy games

 

Move around the game board, identifying similes and metaphors.

Need: dice, counters, game cards cut out, answer key.

 

Figurative Language Bump

figurative language literacy games

 

A Figurative Language take on 4 in a row! Practise identifying similes, metaphors, personification, alliteration, oxymoron, hyperbole, idioms, onomatopoeia.

Need: counters, game cards cut out.

 

Homophone Hunt

homophones literacy games

 

Reach the finish line by identifying the correct homophone in the sentences!

Need: dice, counters, game cards cut out.

 

Punctuation Pass!

punctuation game literacy games

 

Race to the end of the game board, working out which punctuation is needed in the game cards. Full stops, capital letters, commas, question marks, exclamation marks, speech marks.

Need: dice, counters, game cards cut out.

 

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