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There are 35 different SWAP games (5 sets) and 7 different FIX games (1 set).

These pages outline the contents of all the SWAP and FIX boxed card games. If you want to see the games described in more detail (the actual words used) click on More Detail.

Set 1 SWAP

More Detail on Set 1

Game 1 

a, e, i, o, u

(Short Vowels)

Consonant-vowel-consonant words giving a lot of practice in b/d recognition. No irregular words.
Qty: 4.00

Game 2 

ch, sh, th

One syllable, short vowel words - ch, sh & th in initial and final positions. Some common irregular words.
Qty: 4.00

Game 3

-ff, -ll, -ss, -zz, -ck

One syllable words including dialect vowel variants. e.g. a in glass.
Qty: 4.00

Game 4

a_e, e_e, i_e, o_e, u_e

(Lengthening e)

Includes homophones relating to words in Game 5.
Qty: 4.00

Game 5

ai, ay, ee, ea, oa

(Vowel Digraphs)

Includes homophones relating to words in Game 4. ee body words and ea eat words form main clusters. -ve and qu- words included.
Qty: 4.00

Game 6

er, ir, ur, ear

(Sound er)

Includes ur days, ir numbers. Some -ve, -se, -y (long e) words.
Qty: 4.00

Game 7

air, are, ear, eir, ere

(Sound air)

Includes many homophones for identification and discussion - there & their included.
Qty: 4.00





"SWAP and FIX card games, produced by GAMZ, provide excellent practice reading different phonic patterns. The small packs are easily transported, are good value for money and the pupils never seem to tire of them!


I believe that games can be powerful teaching tools for a number of different reasons: 


...children enjoy playing games and are most likely to learn effectively if they are interested and involved in what they are doing


...poorly motivated children are likely to work harder when presented with the challenge of a game than on other more formal activities.


... an excellent way of improving a child's self-esteem, providing a valuable opportunity for dyslexic children to experience success."


from an article

"Using Games with Dyslexic Pupils" 

The Dyslexia Unit

University of Wales