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This was a student requested activity. They had so much fun playing a similar activity and requested to play it with SANTA. So this was developed out of love for my students. It can be incorporated to use with any target objective as a reinforcement activity.
To play, your student will simply roll the die and collect the pieces to either draw, color, or build SANTA. IT is super easy to play and very low to no prep. The first person to collect all of their pieces and put together a full Santa face WINS the game.
There are 3 Different versions of this Santa activity.
1 - Build Santa
2 - Color Santa
3 - Draw Santa
This product includes 2 Different layouts for each version. One version has numbers on the dice and the other has dots on the dice.
Each student takes turns rolling the die and following the chart to collect, color, or draw Santa depending on the version you choose.
1. Print the version that you wish to use with your students/clients. If you are using the build Santa version, then you will need to print copies of page 6-7 for the number of students/clients that you will have in one setting. Example, if you will have a maximum of 4 students in one setting, then you will print 4 copies of those pages.
2. Laminate pages 4-7 to use year after year.
3. Cut out each piece, as close to the image as possible, from pages 6-7.
4. Place scratchy sided Velcro on the back of each item cut out from pages 6-7 (excluding the head). Then place the smooth Velcro on the front of the head, where the remaining 5 items will go to complete Santa’s face.
5. Follow the directions on each sheet.
6. For the color or draw versions, you will simply give each student a sheet to use and follow the directions on the sheet.
• I personally keep all the items in a bag and give them to the student after they produce their target objective.
• I also like to keep my die inside of a closed clear container. Let the kids shake and place on the table. This helps cut out time taken away from the session when it falls to the floor. Somehow my kids die would wind up on the floor a couple times per session before I started doing this trick.