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American Symbols - Go Fish

American Symbols - Go Fish
American Symbols - Go Fish
American Symbols - Go Fish
American Symbols - Go Fish
American Symbols - Go Fish
American Symbols - Go Fish
American Symbols - Go Fish
American Symbols - Go Fish
Product Description
Go Fish – American Symbols has been designed with the intention of helping special needs students gain confidence identifying various American symbols in a fun and functional way. Optimized for small group play of 3 to 6 players. There are countless ways to reinforce American history and have fun.

Please download the PREVIEW to get an idea as to the kind of learning tool you will be able to create!

What’s Included:

48 Go Fish - Money Cards (24 Possible Matches) (Pages 3-26).

- American Flag
- Uncle Sam
- Bald Eagle
- Liberty Bell
- Statue of Liberty
- Mount Rushmore
- White House
- Washington Monument
- Lincoln Memorial
- Great Seal of the United States
- Capitol Building
- Supreme Court
- Empire State
- Rose (National Flower)
- Oak (National Tree)
- Baseball (National Pastime)
- Apple Pie (National Food)
- Dollar (National Currency)
- Pentagon
- Fort Knox
- Coffee (National Drink)
- The Star Spangled Banner (National Anthem)
- Ellis Island
- Independence Hall

Preparation:

Step 1: Print Go Fish – American Symbols Cards (Pages 3-26).
Step 2: Cut out Go Fish – American Symbols Cards along dotted lines.
Step 3: Fold front and back of Go Fish – American Symbols Cards along solid line.
Step 4: Paste front and back of Go Fish – American Symbols Cards together.
Step 5: Laminate Go Fish – American Symbols Cards (Optional but HIGHLY recommended!).
Step 6: PLAY!

How To Play:

Mix Go Fish – American Symbols Cards up. Each player is dealt five cards. Remaining cards are placed in the center this is known as ‘the pool’. One player is chosen to go first this player is ‘the fisher’. The fisher chooses one other player and will ask them for a match to a card they currently have in their dealt hand. For instance, if the fisher has the Eagle card he will ask one other player for the matching Eagle card. If this player does not have it he will tell the fisher to ‘go fish’. The fisher will select a card from the pool and the next player gets a chance to be the fisher. If the player does have the match they will hand over the matching card to the fisher and the fisher gets to take another turn for a maximum of two turns. The object of the game is for players to make matches. The player with the most matches wins.

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"She was not quite what you would call refined. She was not quite what you would call unrefined. She was the kind of person that keeps a parrot."
- Mark Twain
Total Pages
27 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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