Are your pupils going to enjoy this game? Definitely! Small groups practice conversational skills and the future tenses by asking and answering the questions provided on the game board.
Kaylee's Education Studio
Sound out digraphs with a fun snake game! When kids roll the dice, they move their pieces over a game board that prompts them to think of a word that starts with the selected digraph, such as ph- and kn-.
Sitting still, taking turns, playing games are all highly valuable social skills. Help the Autistic or special needs child in your class practice these skills one step at a time. This "game board" contains only 5 squares so is perfect...
Vita Education Services
Your pupils were studying the past continuous when you realized that they could benefit from this game! Learners roll a die and complete the sentence they land on. They will have a chance to begin and end sentences.
Students, with a small group of other classmates, research information about their country's government including voting process, budget setting or the process needed to pass new laws. They design and make a game board that incorporates...
Send your kids on an egg hunt with this hip-hopping game! The packet includes two pages to glue on a piece of cardboard to make the game board, items to glue to the board to create hiding places for the eggs, plenty of eggs to hide, and...
Newspaper Association of America
Who would've guessed that a document written over 200 years ago would still have a lot to teach us today? A set of folder games incorporates parts of a newspaper to teach about the Constitution and how it still applies to life today. The...
Engage emergent readers in learning their basic sight words with this fun game of bingo. With four simple 3x3 game boards including a total of 32 different sight words, this resource is a must-have for any primary grade teacher.
Florida Center for Reading Research
How well do you know your affixes? Find out how proficient your learners are with a game that requires them to define various affixes and use them to create words that will go into sentences.
Florida Center for Reading Research
Pre-readers get a better understanding of phoneme segmenting and counting by playing a board game. They pick an image card from the stack, say the name of the object, break the word down into segments, then move their piece that number...
In this gridlock: a board game worksheet, 5th graders use the game board provided, read the rules for the game and mark locations on the grid using dice to create ordered pairs.
Perfect for a rainy day, this adorable printable board game will enchant your class! The game is made up of a board, a set of rainbows to glue onto the board in the indicated places, and three characters. Glue the cloudy background onto...
Run, gingerbread men! During the board game, four gingerbread men race to discover which one finishes first. Scholars take note of the game's results using a tally chart and bar graph for all to observe the frequency of the winning...
National Endowment for the Humanities
Tackle some big questions about A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle with a board game project. As learners brainstorm for and complete their board games, they consider what helps and hinders Meg on her journey and why she succeeds in...
Designing a game is the focus of this probability lesson. Groups develop and build a unique game, including directions for how to play, a calculation of the expected value of winning, and a personal reflection. The plan provides a rubric...
Who can get to 100 first?! It may be in the hands of chance, but either way kids will have to practice counting and adding along the way. Partners take turns rolling two dice and moving their game pieces that many spaces until one pupils...
Learning about factors and multiples is all fun and games with this simple math activity. The lesson begins with the teacher and class playing the Factor Game together as students figure out the rules and uncover key vocabulary as they...
Young children roll and shout their way to victory in this simple number and letter recognition game. Using the included game board students roll a die, move the number of squares indicated, and call out the name of the number or letter...
American Museum of Natural History
Multiple factors affect the survival of endangered species. A hands-on activity has learners explore those factors. They play a board game that highlights factors such as human influence, habitat availability, and new species introduction.
Build social and conversation skills with a fun game! Special needs and children with autism can play this game to practice asking friendly questions and giving appropriate responses. After playing, have them ask one person a friendly...
Dice up fractions and bring this game into the classroom. Players roll dice to create fractions, and then have to find an equivalent fraction on the board. Once they get three in a row, they win!
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