Four in a Row is a fun and easy way to practice sight words
(or any other words, letters, colors, shapes, numbers, Math facts, or Science questions).
How to Play:
Read the word.
If you read it correctly, cover that square with one of your game pieces.
The first person to get four in a row (across, up/down, or diagonal) wins!
When we played if B missed a word, I corrected him and he was still allowed to put his game piece on the square. It is all about practicing the words and having fun.
I tried to cover words that I knew he was already able to read and leave the trickier words for him. Doing that and still trying to play with a little strategy was tricky for me because he is pretty in tune to the strategy of the game at this point.
Feel free to download this Four in a Row Template to save you time.
Print and write in words, letters, numbers, Math facts, Science questions, etc.
Read the word or answer the question.
If you get it right, cover that square.
Continue taking turns until a player gets four in a row.