Sight Word Game – Four in a Row
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.
Other Sight Word Games We’ve Tried:
Sight Word Game with Popsicle Sticks