This is a fun activity to help students learn the letters and sounds of the alphabet! Go Fetch is played just like Go Fish. Place cards in a basket with the ‘Go Fetch!’ side up. This is a 2-3 player game. Each player receives 5 cards.
Player one will ask another player if he/she has a specific card. If the player chosen has the card, he/she will give the card to player one. Player one will then place the pair of cards on the floor in front of him/her. If the chosen player does not have the specific card, he/she will say “Go Fetch!” If player one needs to ‘Go Fetch!’, he/she will take one card from the ‘Go Fetch!’ pile of cards in the basket and add it to the cards in his/her hands. If the card player one chooses from the ‘Go Fetch’ pile of cards matches a card in his/her hands, he/she will place the pair of cards on the floor in front of him/her. The winner is the player with the most matches at the end of the game.
This game comes with a list of 9 different ways to play! You can differentiate each group to play this game in a way that targets students specific learning needs.
Included in this game are:
2 capital letter cards for the entire alphabet
2 lowercase letter cards for the entire alphabet
'Go Fetch' cards to be cut and glued to the back of the letter cards
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