Are your students working on identifying upper case and lower case alphabet letters? Turn it into a game and they will learn!
What Is Included??
You will receive letter cards. Each letter cards has one alphabet letter A-Z (uppercase) and a-z (lowercase). You also will have cards that say: Pop!. Bubblegum machine playing mats are included, as well as, game directions.
How Do I Play Pop?
It's a pretty simple game. Choose if you want your students working on uppercase or lowercase letters. OR, maybe you want them to review both. Place the cards (cut apart) in a bin/basket. Also, place the "Pop!" cards in the bin/basket. Students take turns drawing a card. If it is a letter card, the student says the letter. If they are correct they keep the card and place it on their bubblegum machine playing mat. If they are incorrect, the card goes back in the bin/basket. If a student draws "Pop!" all of their cards are returned to the bin/basket. Play continues until all cards are drawn or until a preset amount of time passes. The player with the most cards...wins.
Sure! Copy the cards on card stock or laminate. Also, watch the paper you copy the cards to...some lighter weight paper will allow the graphics to show through the paper. This isn't a problem, but you will need to make sure the kids aren't peeking when they pick a card from the bin/basket. You want them to have an even shot of drawing a letter and a "Pop!" card. We suggest playing the game with 2-4 students. You can play with more, but we find the smaller numbers to work the best.
When Do You Use The Game?
We first use the game in small teacher-led learning groups. Once all students have had a chance to play and learn the game, we place it in a literacy center. It also is a fun word work/letter work review during guided reading.
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