Arctic Freeze for Articulation or Language!

Arctic Freeze for Articulation or Language!
Arctic Freeze for Articulation or Language!
Arctic Freeze for Articulation or Language!
Arctic Freeze for Articulation or Language!
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There are several options for play:

Puzzle: Print out 6 copies of page 2 and laminate. Cut 5 of the pages into 6 equal parts, leaving the 6th copy untouched (to be used as a model). Also print 1 copy of page 5, then laminate and cut apart. Shuffle the cards and place face-down, and display the whole, untouched copy for the students. After each student completes their task, they should draw a card. The object of the game is to re-create the whole picture and complete the puzzle! If a student draws a card that they have already drawn, they should place the card at the bottom of the deck. The winner is the student who can put the picture back together first.

The second option is to return all of the arctic characters back to their igloo! Print out 1 copy of the large igloo (page 3) for each student in your group (I have a maximum of 4 students in a group, so I printed and laminated 4 igloos). Print and laminate 6 copies of page 4 (characters) and 1 copy of page 5. Cut apart all 7 copies along the lines. Mix cards and place face-down in a pile. After completing their task, each student should draw a card and place the character in their igloo. If they draw a card that they have already drawn, they should place it at the bottom of the deck. The first student to return all characters to the igloo is the winner!

Following directions barrier activity: Print out 1 copy of the large igloo (page 3) for each student in your group, a well as one copy for yourself, and laminate. Print, laminate, and cut apart 1 copy of the characters (page 4) for each student in your group, as well as one copy for yourself. Use sticky tack to arrange the characters on your igloo. Then, give verbal directions to your students so that they can re-create your picture. I prefer to laminate all pieces of the game, and also allow the students to use sticky tack to attach their pictures to their igloo.

Graphics by Scrappin' Doodle!
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