Snowman Building Card Game

Snowman Card GameAre you looking for a game that can keep your students engaged while working on a wide range of skills?  Try out this winter card collecting game that even had my eighth graders giggling (and that’s saying something)!


This game can be used in almost any therapy group because the students take their turns playing the game after they respond to whatever stimuli you are using (e.g., answer a question, produce a sentence with a target sound), and it’s able to be played with a wide range of ages.


Collecting all eight snowman pieces seems simple enough.  But when a rabbit snacks on your snowman’s nose or a strong wind blows your hat to a neighbor, the game can quickly change (and get a bit silly too!).

Directions and playing cards are included.  The picture cards are provided in black and white and color for your convenience.

Access to materials is available to members only!
Login or Become a member…

3 Responses to “Snowman Building Card Game”

  1. Janice Maund January 27, 2012 at 8:13 am #

    Cute…very cute, timely and adaptable! Thank you so much! Question: Used the Vivid Verbs lesson with my students yesterday and we could not figure out the answer or “gist” of Number 7 on the Pretest page. Could you help us? Fire…airplane…door? Thanking you in advance. PS: It did generate a LOT of conversation however.

  2. Apryl Bradford January 27, 2012 at 10:23 am #

    Very cute idea. I am going to try this out with my kiddos next week. Thanks!

  3. BeckyWanca January 27, 2012 at 10:34 am #

    I was aiming for responses such as left, escaped, exited, fled, etc. That one may have been a bit too tough. Glad to hear that it generated conversation though!

    Thanks for your input. I appreciate it!

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.