Archive | March, 2013

Rainbow Dice Game

Rainbow Dice Game

Celebrate the colors of spring or St. Patrick’s Day with this versatile game that can be used with any goals or stimuli!  It includes instructions, rainbow boards and rainbow color pieces for each player, and a game key page.  Due to its topic, this game is only available in color. What you need: a die […]

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Colorful Easter Egg Games

Colorful Egg Games

There are so many skills that can be targeted with these 18 Easter eggs including describing, comparing and contrasting, following directions, as well as asking and answering questions.  Check out all of the different games and activities you can do with them. Describing, Comparing, and Contrasting: Since the colors of the egg, dots, and stripe […]

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Who Has…? Game Cards for Spring Vocabulary

Who Has…? Game Cards for Spring Vocabulary

This game is a quick, fun way to talk about words related to spring.  Students LOVE this game and stay focused knowing that their card could be the next answer.  Each card has an answer (e.g., I have an umbrella.) and then a question (e.g., Who has an animal that flies and makes honey?).  The […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Game for Answering Yes/No Questions

Yes/No Questions for St. Patrick's Day

Need a St. Patrick’s Day themed game to get your students thinking?  This could be just the one you are looking for!  With yes/no questions that range from very easy (e.g., “Are rainbows black and white?”) to difficult (e.g., “Is Ireland a city in California?”), this game will test your students on their St. Patrick’s […]

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