SyllabiKicks…A syllabication card game!

  1. Lisa K says:

    I was trying to be fast and forgot to add that I would like the -sion/-tion game. 🙂

  2. I would love to use the -al, -el, -le endings game! So cute!!

    Hello Mrs Sykes

  3. katherine. says:

    Oh this would be so fabulous for my ELL kiddos! I'd love the -tion/-sion game, as all my third graders could benefit from practicing that sound!

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

    katherine.loiry (at) gmail (dot) com
    Third Grade Teacher Files 

  4. Tara says:

    Ok, poo…I was typing fast too to try and get into the top three:/ That games looks adorable and the shoes are too cute!!! Awesome job Kristen:)

  5. Jen says:

    Oh darn, I just missed it. This would have been perfect for my 4th grade struggling readers.

  6. Gladys says:

    This looks great! Love the shoes…they totally look like Chucks! 🙂

  7. Miss C says:

    Soooo jealous that I missed it!!!! Would be perfect to help my kids with syllable review right before our big test next week!!! 🙁 I wish I could have the -sion, -tion version!!!!

    Oh well!!! Loooove all of the things you share with us!!!

    Liza C

  8. I just purchased both of your syllable games and I am SO excited to use them with some of my high first graders. I just started using REWARDS…Have you ever tried it????


    • Kristen says:

      Oh thank you so much Katie!! I would love to know what you think about them. I haven't used REWARDS before, is it a spelling program? Thanks again! 🙂

  9. Lisa Howard says:

    this looks gorgeous, creative, and fun!!

    – Lisa
    a teachers bag of tricks

  10. Hi! New to blogging here! A little overwhelmed but just love your stuff and plan to follow! Thanks for being an awesome inspiration!

  11. KRISTA says:

    These look awesome! I love the idea.


  12. KRISTA says:

    These look awesome! I love the idea.


  13. ~Stephanie says:

    Darn! Missed it 🙁 Wonderful idea…thank you for sharing.

    Teaching in Room 6

  14. Ms.M says:

    Kristen you rock. 🙂 It looks fab. Hope to hear from you soon.

    Ms. M

  15. Kristin says:

    Looks amazing!!! I bet your kids LOVE playing it!
    Have a great weekend!
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

  16. You make the CUTEST stinking units!!!!! It's a gift! I'm envious of your designing talents 🙂

    Hope you have a great weekend!!!

    ❤ Mor Zrihen from…
    A Teacher's Treasure
    Teaching Treasures Shop

  17. skunkzgrl says:

    Looks Great! Love the idea for older ESL students….definitely going to purchase them….too bad I wasn't quick enough to win a set…..Thanks for all your great work!


  18. Hi, I was watching one of your tutorials about numbering post on comments it didn't seem to work for me. I know that blogger has added a response to comments which may throw the numbering off but is there another way that I can add numbering to my comments?

    Pocket Full of Kinders

  19. Ms. Brooks says:

    I would love the -sion/-tion game! This is perfect for my students! Thank you!


  20. aunt shimmy says:

    I would love the -sion/-tion game! You are one of my favorite bloggers!!!! You give me ideas and motivate me ! Thanks!

  21. How wonderfully creative!!!


    The 3AM Teacher

  22. AnnFM says:

    Hello! Thanks for sharing it! I would like -sion/-tion version. Thanks in advance!

  23. Anonymous says:

    I would love sion/tion!

  24. Tracy says:

    New to your blog. Love your stuff. I would like -al,-el,-le endings.
    God Bless.

  25. Anonymous says:

    tion/sion would be awesome. These are great thank you…

  26. Anonymous says:

    Hi I would like to see… need new ideas to be implemented for RTI…

  27. Mrs. Boone says:

    I would love the ion/tion game.
    Here's my email:
    Thanks so much!

  28. Anonymous says:

    tion/sion and al/el/le would both be fab if possible? Thank you! Fab site 🙂

  29. lwm2828 says:

    I would love to use the -sion , -tion ending game with the kids in my class . I work with dyslexic kids.

  30. lwm2828 says:

    I would love to use the -sion , -tion ending game with the kids in my class . I work with dyslexic kids.

  31. Anonymous says:

    I would love the -sion and -tion ending game. My 8th graders will enjoy it just as much as the younger ones.
    Thanks so much!

  32. I would love all of the games! I teach k-12

  33. Anonymous says:

    I'm a reading therapist and would love a copy of the -tion/-sion game, unless I could get both!!!!

  34. Anonymous says:

    Just discovered your blog. Fantastic ideas. Cute graphics. I would love a copy of your Syllabikicks card game!

  35. Kir5tyC says:

    Am I too late to get this?? Would love ALL of this game if possible. You do a fantastic job here. I'm new and loving it.

  36. Anonymous says:

    Wow! These are great!!! Not sure if I am too late for these either but I would love a copy of your game as well!! I am also new to your blog but will be absolutely sure to sing your praises!!! 🙂

  37. DSTeacher says:

    Amazing! And fun!!!! I would love both the games
    you are amazing

  38. Anonymous says:

    LoVe your blog! I would like both please 🙂

    Thank YOU!



  39. Anonymous says:

    I am following you because I am trying CAFE this year. Very excited. I would love both of these games since we are also using the new Common Core standards and have to teach syllables and phonics.
    Love your blog!!!!
    Thanks for all you offer!

  40. Anonymous says:

    I hope it is not too late to order both games. Please contact me at Thank You!!

  41. Kristen says:

    I'm sorry, the games were just for the first three to respond!

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