In our classroom, we call diphthong oi and diphthong oy the "piggy" diphthongs.
You know, because they make the same sound as OINK?! ;)
These dipthongs tend to be tricky for my early readers (and some of my more advanced readers, too). So. . .I came up with this little gamboard which only requires a copy of the game, a die, and something to use as a marker for each player.
The "bonus" pathways ask the player to actually tell the rule (oi comes at the beginning or in the middle, oy comes at the end). I realize this is a generality, but it's what we teach.
Hope you can use this in your classroom.
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