Children love this easy-to-make game. I love the game because it is self-correcting and the child can drill independently. Also, he gets immediate confirmation of his proper responses or correction of any mistakes.
Cut some simple pictures from a phonics workbook. These pictures were all set up to be used as a golf tee game as they had 3 possible answers for the child to choose from. Likely you will just have to add three letters next to the picture after it has been glued to the card. Next punch a hole next to each letter.
Then, set up the back-side of the card:
Circle in red the hole that is next to the correct response. I like to add the complete word for the child to see as well.
The child selects a card and identifies the picture. He then uses a golf tee to insert into the hole next to his chosen response. While holding the golf tee in the hole he turns the card to see the reverse side and verify his answer.
Wesley enjoys this way to drill.
Note: A pencil, pen, or other narrow object can be used instead of the golf tee. However, I found a large package of these (plastic) in bright colors that work so well and give the game its name.