Letter R Games for Preschoolers
Letter R Games for Kindergarteners
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CONTENT TYPE
TOPIC

Counting

Number

Numbers 1 to 3

Numbers 1 to 5

Numbers 1 to 10

Compare Decimal Numbers

Order Decimal Numbers

Round off Decimal Numbers

Number Sense

Number Sequence

Number Recognition

Number Recognition up to 3

Number Recognition up to 5

Number Recognition up to 10

Number Recognition up to 20

Writing Numbers

Comparing Numbers

Ordering Numbers

Compare Numbers within 100

Order Numbers

Compare Numbers

Even and Odd Numbers

Round Numbers

Measurement

Data Handling

Comparing Measurements

Compare Lengths

Compare Heights

Compare Weights

Compare Lengths of Objects

Length

Estimate Lengths

Weight

Capacity

Conversion of Measurement Units

Addition

Introduction to Addition

Addition Strategies

Count All to Add

Addition Strategies within 10

Addition Strategies within 20

Equal Expressions

Add with 10

Count On Strategy

Make 10 Strategy

Doubles and Near Doubles Strategy to Add

Add Three Whole Numbers

Addition Strategies within 100

Doubles Facts

Number Bonds

Compose and Decompose Numbers

Addition Facts

Addition Properties

Addition Word Problems

Addition Word Problems within 10

Addition Word Problems within 20

Addition Word Problems within 100

Add to Compare Word Problems

Add within 20

Add within 100

Add within 1000

Add up to Three Numbers

Addition without Regrouping

Add within 100 without Regrouping

Add within 1000 without Regrouping

Add using multiples of 100

Add 100 to 3digit numbers

Add 10 to 3digit numbers

Add 3digit number to 1digit

Add 3digit number to 2digit

Add two 3digit numbers

Add within 10000 without Regrouping

Addition with Regrouping

MultiDigit Addition

Subtraction

Introduction to Subtraction

Subtraction Facts

Subtraction Strategies

Subtraction Strategies within 10

Subtraction Strategies within 20

Count Back Strategy within 20

Doubles and Near Doubles Strategy to Subtract

Relate Addition and Subtraction within 20

Subtract from 10 Strategy

Subtract Multiples of 10

Subtraction Word Problems

Subtraction Word Problems within 10

Subtraction Word Problems within 100

Subtract to Compare Word Problems

Subtract within 20

Subtract within 100

Subtract within 1000

Subtraction without Regrouping

Subtract within 100 without Regrouping

Subtract within 1000 without Regrouping

Subtract within 10000 without Regrouping

Subtraction with Regrouping

Subtract within 100 with Regrouping

Subtract within 1000 with Regrouping

Subtract within 10000 with Regrouping

Subtract across Zeros

MultiDigit Subtraction

Geometry

Shapes

Positional Words

Lines

Angles

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Coordinate Planes

Volume

Place Value

Teen Numbers

Understand 10 as a Unit

Read and Write Numbers

Numbers up to 10

Numbers up to 20

Numbers up to 50

Numbers up to 100

3Digit Numbers

4Digit Numbers

5Digit Numbers

Read and Write Decimals

Word Problems

Counting Numbers

Time

Analog Clock

Time in Hours

Time in Half Hours

Time in Quarter Hours

Time to the Nearest 5 Minutes

A.M and P.M

Time to the Nearest Minute

Elapsed Time

Counting Money

Multiplication

Introduction to Multiplication

Multiplication Properties

Advance Multiplication

Multiplication on Number Line

MultiDigit Multiplication

Times Tables

Division

Introduction to Division

Multiplication and Division

Division Facts

Division Facts of 2

Division Facts of 3

Division Facts of 4

Division Facts of 5

Division Facts of 6

Division Facts of 7

Division Facts of 8

Division Facts of 9

Division Facts of 10

Divide on a Number Line

Division Word Problems

Advance Division

MultiDigit Division

Fraction

Introduction to Fractions

Unit Fractions

NonUnit Fractions

Fractions on Number Line

Compare Fractions

Compare Unit Fractions

Compare Fractions with Same Denominators

Compare Fractions with Same Numerators

Compare Fractions on Number Line

Compare using Banchmark Fractions

Compare Unlike Fractions

Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions

Fractions Operations

Fraction Addition

Fraction Subtraction

Mixed Numbers Addition

Mixed Numbers Subtraction

Fraction Multiplication

Add and Subtract Fractions

Multiply Fractions

Divide Fractions

Fraction Estimation

Equivalent Fractions

Area and Perimeter

Area

Ruler

Decimal

Fractions and Decimals

Tenths

Hundredths

Decimal Place Value

Decimal Representation on Number Line

Compare Decimals

Order Decimals

Understand Decimals

Compare and Order Decimals

Round Decimals

Decimal Operations

Algebra

Multiplying Fractions

Reading

Reading Skills

Phonics

Letter Names

Letter A

Letter B

Letter C

Letter D

Letter E

Letter F

Letter G

Letter H

Letter I

Letter J

Letter K

Letter L

Letter M

Letter N

Letter O

Letter P

Letter Q

Letter R

Letter S

Letter T

Letter U

Letter V

Letter W

Letter X

Letter Y

Letter Z

Letters A  Z

Letter Sequence

Letter Sounds

Letter Sound A

Letter Sound B

Letter Sound C

Letter Sound D

Letter Sound E

Letter Sound F

Letter Sound G

Letter Sound H

Letter Sound I

Letter Sound J

Letter Sound K

Letter Sound L

Letter Sound M

Letter Sound N

Letter Sound O

Letter Sound P

Letter Sound Q

Letter Sound R

Letter Sound S

Letter Sound T

Letter Sound U

Letter Sound V

Letter Sound W

Letter Sound X

Letter Sound Y

Letter Sound Z

Short Vowel Sounds

Reading Words

Words Starting With

Words Starting With the Letter A

Words Starting With the Letter B

Words Starting With the Letter C

Words Starting With the Letter D

Words Starting With the Letter E

Words Starting With the Letter F

Words Starting With the Letter G

Words Starting With the Letter H

Words Starting With the Letter I

Words Starting With the Letter J

Words Starting With the Letter K

Words Starting With the Letter L

Words Starting With the Letter M

Words Starting With the Letter N

Words Starting With the Letter O

Words Starting With the Letter P

Words Starting With the Letter Q

Words Starting With the Letter R

Words Starting With the Letter S

Words Starting With the Letter T

Words Starting With the Letter U

Words Starting With the Letter V

Words Starting With the Letter W

Words Ending With the Letter X

Words Starting With the Letter Y

Words Starting With the Letter Z

Double Consonants

Consonant Digraphs

Blending

Rhyming Words

Long Vowel Sounds

Initial Consonant Blends

Ending Consonant Blends

Magic  E

Vowel Teams

Words with AI and AY

Words with EA and EE

Words with OA and OW

Words with IE and Y

Words with UE and UI

Words with OO

Bossy R

Soft Sounds

Trigraphs

Diphthongs

Three Letter Blends

Sight Words

Writing

Letter Tracing

Letter Tracing A

Letter Tracing B

Letter Tracing C

Letter Tracing D

Letter Tracing E

Letter Tracing F

Letter Tracing G

Letter Tracing H

Letter Tracing I

Letter Tracing J

Letter Tracing K

Letter Tracing L

Letter Tracing M

Letter Tracing N

Letter Tracing O

Letter Tracing P

Letter Tracing Q

Letter Tracing R

Letter Tracing S

Letter Tracing T

Letter Tracing U

Letter Tracing V

Letter Tracing W

Letter Tracing X

Letter Tracing Y

Letter Tracing Z

Writing Sight Words
Rewarding, riveting, and radical – if this is what you want from an experience, try our letter R games.
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Ringing Fun Times Into the Letter R
Learning is always intended to be fun, but we seem to forget that somewhere along the way. We have created special learning activities and games that can help you learn R without any extra effort.
Added bonus: there’s loads of fun involved here!
 Whacky ‘R’: To help your child understand the letter R and the various words associated with it, make a creative worksheet. Write the letter ‘R’ and let your child complete it with some details.
Take a rock. Stick it on the curved portion of the letter. Make bunny ears on the next R, somewhere around the top of the letter’s straight line. Make a furry little nose out of cotton on the rounded portion. Make a rocket using the vertical line of the letter. Extend it slightly to make the conical top. Now flip the page and ask your child for words that start with ‘R.’ We’ve only given you a starting point. You can go as far as your imagination can carry you.
 Roaring ‘R’: All children are fascinated by animal sounds, so why not make them a part of this exercise? Read out a list of words. Ask your child to roar loudly each time they hear a word that starts with the letter ‘R.’ Take this a notch higher by asking your child to roar when the ‘R’ is present anywhere within the letter. A great way to build focus and get comfortable with the letter sound.
 Rolling ‘R’: The letter ‘R’ has a rolling sound, so a great idea is to get the activity rolling as well. Line up a stack of things beginning with the letter R. Give your child a ball and ask them to roll it. The item knocked over must be named and spelled. Naming, spelling, and the word R  all conquered at one go!
 Animal ‘R’: The animal kingdom is filled with animals and birds that start with the letter ‘R.’ Set up a little play area with the animals and birds all lined up. Now make up a story as you go along, or better still, get your child to invent with you. Each time you come up with a character, your child needs to think about whether it starts with the letter R. if it does and your child gets it right, he gets to keep the animal. If he gets it wrong, the animal goes to you. Count to see who has more animals at the end of the story.
Raring to Go – Starting with ‘R’
Think of the sheer number of words that start with or contain the letter ‘R.’ If you’re struggling, go back and read the previous sentence and count. R is among the most common letters that frequently pops up across words. It is a sound that can be taught to children quite early on.
When teaching the letter, remember to:
 Show them the actual letter in capital and lowercase. This will help them identify it when they see it in words.
 Play the ‘r’ sound carefully, many times over. Show your child how it sounds when at the beginning, middle, and the end of the word.
 Associate the letter with as many words and things as possible—the more relatable the letter, the faster the recall.
 Practice words several times over. While it may be a familiar sound, it will still take lots of getting used to.
Reassuring Your Little Readers
Regardless of how quick the learner, there is a lot of effort and practice involved in learning the letters. Children often feel lost and confused. It is up to us to give them the necessary support and encouragement to keep them going.
Allow your child to come up with their interpretation. The idea is to let their imagination grow. Motivate your child to keep trying and celebrate their efforts and wins.
SplashLearn combines the best techniques to bring about proficiency in reading and recognition of letters. Our games and activities across grades can make readers of all kinds build more skill and greater confidence.