Snooky The Snail’s: Fluency Game Boards


18 game boards (nine double-sided, laminated 11″x 17″ boards) for students to practice using their slow, easy voice. Includes pawns and a die, game instructions, and plastic tote bag. Ages: 4-8+

Author(s) : Monica Gustafson


Students practice using their slow, easy voice while traveling around the laminated game boards with Snooky. Each of the 18 game boards has instructions designed to work at the students’ Word, Phrase, or Sentence Level. Individualising for students working at different levels is easy!

Snooky Snail’s Fluency Games includes:

  • 18 game boards (9 double-sided, laminated boards – 11″ x 17″)
  • 8 Pawns
  • 2 Dice
  • Instructions
  • Vinyl storage case

The Snooky Snails’ series includes:

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18 game boards (9 double-sided, laminated boards – 11" x 17") / 8 Pawns / 2 Dice / Instructions / Vinyl storage case

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