What Is Yatta!
Fun and fluency! That’s what this face-paced, high-energy and well-loved game means in my classroom. My students can not get enough of it and here’s the best part. . . it’s easily differentiated and can be used with so many skills.
How To Play!
See It In Action With Letters
The game is so simple, it can really be used for a variety of skills. I have games for CVC, blends, digraphs . . . you name it. If you check out the video clip below, you’ll see what a letter edition looks like.
You’ll find a variety of skills using this game in my store HERE or by clicking the picture below
Or check out these new Math Sets:
Kinder Kupcakes says
How fun! Thank you!
Thank you so much for sharing. Your ideas have truly enhanced my teaching!
I love this! Thank you so much for the freebie.
What a fun game! Thank you for sharing. I look forward to using it in the classroom. I just found your blog this summer and have really enjoyed all of your ideas for differentiation. And…you are a Michigan teacher! Me too!
Jessica Fredrickson says
Thanks Marsha! You are so creative and generous! 🙂
Fun in PreK-1 & Kinder
P.S. Do you pull small math groups while kiddos are doing math work stations?
Thank you for sharing this! It will be so fun to play!
Arbol grande says
Thanks. It looks fun for the children. I’ll use it ( in Spain).
Laura Spalding says
Thank you for this FUN game…and your boys are GENIUSES! I LOVE the way they think!!!! My kinders will too!
Mrs. Frost says
What a great idea! I have an alphabet game like this I bought years ago and the kids like it. I like calling it YATTA!! That sounds like something the kids would LOVE to share with their parents 🙂
Mary Lirette says
P.S.- I didn’t know you spoke Japanese! 🙂
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Mrs. Gorbe says
Awesome!! thanks so much!
Cheryl E. says
I am printing today to play with my class! How fun! Thank you so much!