Learning about rules and procedures can be exciting when you're playing games! This game pack includes 4 different games! The first board game has students answer questions about your classroom and puts them in "What would you do?" situations. The other three games are to help with class building and team building so students can get to know each other and build a safe classroom community.
During the board game, kids will be asked questions such as:
You ran out of pencils during class! What should you do?
What is the restroom policy in this class?
In the middle of a lesson, the person sitting next to you keeps talking. How should you solve this problem?
In the getting to know you activity, students will take a card from the stack and have to answer prompts such as:
Did you or any of your family members play Pokemon Go? Explain. If not, would you want to?
What's your favorite type of book to read?
Which animal are you most like? Explain why.
In the third and 4th games, there are two different formats to the game page, so it can be played two different ways. The first has students roll a die and share something about themselves to either the rest of their team or to their partner. Each value has a particular category associated with it such as: Hobbies, Family, Goals, What Makes Me Happy, etc.
The last game is just like the third game, but each of the six players represent each of the six values on the die. If it lands on their value, they have to share a fact about themselves.
Included in this packet:
+Board game in both color and black and white
+Game pieces for the board game (49 pieces)
+20 question prompt cards in both color and black and white
+ 2 blank game boards as an option for game two in both color and
black and white
+ 2 different ways to play "Classmate Roll"
+ 2 alternate pages with lines for "Classmate Roll" if students have
trouble writing in an open space
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