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Parts of Speech Game Cards for St. Patrick’s Day

Parts of Speech Game Cards for St. Patrick's Day

How do you make learning parts of speech fun?  Use this printable, portable, and practical game!  Since it only requires the cards included, you can simply print, cut, and play or use the interactive version!  There are 48 St. Patrick’s Day themed game cards and a reference page included.

How to Play

  1. Display the cards face down where the students are able to get them.  I usually place them on the table in rows or in a pocket chart.
  2. Have the students take turns picking a card and attempting the task on it.
  3. If they are able to complete it, they keep the card, which is worth the number of points in parentheses.  If they are unable to do it, the card is placed back in play for the other students to try.
  4. When all of the cards are earned or when the time limit is reached, help the students add up their points from the cards.  Adding them up is pretty easy since all of the cards are worth 25, 50, 75, or 100 points.  Whoever has the most points, wins!

Note:  Feel free to exclude any cards that may be too difficult for your students.

Interactive Material: This material includes an interactive version that can be used in teletherapy. The file can be uploaded to Google Slides or opened in PowerPoint. Make sure to use this file in slide show/presentation mode. When used in PowerPoint, the picture cards will slide over as each one is clicked. When used in Google Slides, the front card will change when you click anywhere on the screen.

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This Post Has 3 Comments
  1. Does the material available for members geared towards 4 years old just starting to receive speech intervention in the school system.

  2. Cheryl,
    Our materials are varied and cover and wide range of speech and language skills. Although most of our materials and activities are geared toward school aged children, there are picture cards and games that you could use with 4 year olds. I encourage you to look around the site using the drop-down menus at the top or the advanced search feature and see if you find materials that would be useful to you.

    Thank you for your question.
    Becky Wanca

  3. Just want to let you know that I used this extensively last week with many students- even our peer helpers needed a refresher course and actually enjoyed themselves! Thanks! :-)

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