It’s helpful to keep your Game Cards into three categories: not introduced, learning, and mastered. That way, you can easily find the phonograms you want students to practice.
The game cards may easily be organized using rubber bands, plastic zip bags, index card packets, or plastic containers. The ways to organize the Phonogram Game Cards are endless, but essential to save you time during lessons and to prevent frustration over the number of cards. There are numerous ideas for organizing the Phonogram Game Cards available on Pinterest and other websites. Here is one article from our blog to get you started: Using and Organizing LOE Flash Cards
One of the highlights of teaching using the Logic of English curriculum is the fantastic games that make learning to read and spell fun! The Phonogram Game Cards are an excellent way to practice the skills taught in Logic of English curriculum.
Be sure to spend some time organizing your materials so that your lessons are fun and engaging, and you have the opportunity to enhance learning with some fun games using the Phonogram Game Cards.