This UNO game is played mostly the same as the Original UNO we all played and loved as a kid!
My version has letters instead of numbers allowing it to be used in a variety of ways in a classroom.
This game can be used in early elementary classrooms and ELL classrooms.
In my ELL classroom I have used this game with beginner students as practice with letter recognition and letter sounds. More advanced students I have had my students tell me a word that starts with that letter, and maybe even use it in a sentence. In order for the student to play the card, they had to do the task I had given depending on their level. There are so many other unique ways to play with these letter UNO cards.
If you have any cool and unique ideas, add them in the comments below.
This UNO game can be played in centers, as a cooperative learning game, in small groups, or even with partners in the classroom. It can also be used across numerous types of classrooms including early elementary, special education, and English language learners.
Uno is a fun way for students to get involved, practice their English skills, and also have fun!