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Mindfulness Coping Skills to use with Jenga® Game
The Mindfulness Coping Skills Game includes 60 mindful and emotionally regulating strategies from The MINDUP Curriculum® to encourage healthy methods of managing stress. Once printed in Power Point, the coping skills labels fit the wood blocks of the game Jenga®. The participants play Jenga® acco
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Math Review Jenga Game
This game was inspired by Hope King at the "Get Your Teach On" conference in Orlando! She taught us how she incorporates Jenga in the classroom. It is the perfect way to review important skills throughout the year! To find out more, watch her video: HERE This resource includes review questions for
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Mindfulness Coping Skills Labels to use with Jenga® Game - Neutral Colors
The Mindfulness Coping Skills Game includes 54 mindful and emotionally regulating strategies from The MINDUP Curriculum® to encourage healthy methods of managing stress. The coping skills labels are sized to fit (see directions) the wood blocks of the game Jenga®. The participants play Jenga® acco
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Reading Comprehension Jenga Game
As students play the game of Jenga, they can answer general comprehension questions that can relate to any book! This download includes questions that can be printed and attached to a Jenga wooden game piece. You can either glue or modge podge.
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Open-Ended Questions Jenga game
This is a sheet to print onto Label paper. Cut them out and stick them to a Jenga game to have a fun game to work on in Oral Language groups or in Speech Therapy. There are 3 pages-- One in English, One in French and the third sheet is a blank Jenga template so you can create your own Jenga questi
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End of the Year Jenga Game
You provide the Jenga blocks and I'll provide this great activity! Encourages students to reflect back on the past school year. This activity is also great for targeting conversation skills or past tense verbs. Strips fit on your standard Jenga blocks! The activity would work as a whole group ac
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Jenga Game Board: Figurative Language (#1)
Use Jenga game pieces to help small groups review different types of figurative language (personification, alliteration, a metaphor, idiom, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, or a simile). Simply paint the ends of your Jenga pieces with the colors listed on the game board. Student #1 will decide on a certain
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Jenga Game Board: Multiplication (2 digit x 2 digit)
Use Jenga game pieces to help small groups review 2 digit x 2 digit multiplication. Simply paint the ends of your Jenga pieces with the colors listed on the game board. Student #1 will decide on a certain game piece. If the game piece is pink, for example, the student will read the question from t
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Control Freaks and FLEXIBLE THINKING Techniques: Jenga® Game
The purpose of this Jenga® game is to introduce radical acceptance and the practice of flexible thinking. These important executive functioning skills will be of social benefit for rigid perfectionistic thinkers and children that respond to anxiety by controlling others. Excellent resource for child

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Jenga Game Board: Punctuation
Use Jenga game pieces to help small groups review punctuation. Simply paint the ends of your Jenga pieces with the colors listed on the game board. Student #1 will decide on a certain game piece. If the game piece is pink, for example, the student will read the question from the pink section on th
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Jenga Game Board: Fact or Opinion
Use Jenga game pieces to help small groups review identifying fact or opinion. Simply paint the ends of your Jenga pieces with the colors listed on the game board. Student #1 will decide on a certain game piece. If the game piece is pink, for example, the student will read the question from the pi
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Jenga Game Board: Multiplication (3 digit x 2 digit)
Use Jenga game pieces to help small groups review 3 digit x 2 digit multiplication. Simply paint the ends of your Jenga pieces with the colors listed on the game board. Student #1 will decide on a certain game piece. If the game piece is pink, for example, the student will read the question from t
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Jenga Game Board: Their, They're, and There
Use Jenga game pieces to help small groups review the proper use of there, their, and they're. Simply paint the ends of your Jenga pieces with the colors listed on the game board. Student #1 will decide on a certain game piece. If the game piece is pink, for example, the student will read the ques
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Back to School Getting to Know You Icebreaker COLOR! Jenga Game Task Cards
Great first day of school and back to school activity! This product contains 54 back to school ice breaker questions to learn more about your students during the first couple of weeks of school! There are nine questions for each of the six COLOR! Jenga colors: green, blue, pink, yellow, orange, and
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Jenga Game Board: Common and Proper Nouns
Use Jenga game pieces to help small groups review common and proper nouns. Simply paint the ends of your Jenga pieces with the colors listed on the game board. Student #1 will decide on a certain game piece. If the game piece is pink, for example, the student will read the question from the pink s
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Jenga Game Board: Comparing Decimals
Use Jenga game pieces to help small groups review comparing decimals. Simply paint the ends of your Jenga pieces with the colors listed on the game board. Student #1 will decide on a certain game piece. If the game piece is pink, for example, the student will read the question from the pink sectio
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