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Be careful. This floor is slippery ... This activity is a great way to teach children about the basic signs found throughout our communities! It's perfect for use with individuals or groups of students. Each activity board is unique thereby helping children learn the information and NOT simply memorize where things go.
Includes 11 activity boards, 40 picture cards, and plenty of tokens!
LIST OF SIGNS
railroad crossing, beware of dog, closed, open, exit, keep out, wet paint, fire extinguisher, children at play, bus stop, speed limit, no diving, hot playground, women's restroom, men's restroom, handicap bathroom, no food or drink, flammable, deer crossing, do not feed the animals, no trespassing, no lifeguard on duty, park closed after dark, wet floor, hospital, no parking, out of order, stay on trail, trash goes here, high voltage, stop, watch your step, poison, walk, don't walk, employees only, no smoking, one way, do not enter, camping
THIS ITEM IS ALSO PART OF A BUNDLE THAT INCLUDES THE COMMUNITY TASK CARD SET.
Each player chooses a game board. Shuffle and turn all the picture cards face down. Then, players take turns choosing cards. If the card matches one of the pictures on his/her game board, the player places it on top of the matching picture. If the card does not match any of the pictures on the game board, it is left face up and play continues to the next player. At that point, players may choose either a face down or a face up card. The first player to cover his/her entire game board wins!
Each player chooses a game board and 9 tokens. Shuffle and turn all the picture cards face down. Then, the caller chooses a card, describes it, and shows it to the players. If the card matches one of the pictures on his/her game board, the player places a token on top of the matching picture. If playing blackout bingo the first player to cover his/her entire game board wins. Yet, with lines bingo the players must make a horizontal, diagonal, or vertical line on their game board to win.
Shuffle and turn all the picture cards face down arranging them in a rectangular grid. Keep the grid as uniform as possible to prevent giving unintentional clues to the players. Then, players turn over any two cards. If the cards match the player collects them, otherwise the two cards are turned face down again. Play continues to the next player. The player with the most matches wins!
Sorting pictures help players learn to identify, classify, and order objects via
various characteristics. Players sort the picture cards into all kinds of categories. For example, sort by color or shape.
Matching words to pictures helps players learn vocabulary, reading, and spelling skills. Simply write descriptive words on index cards and have players match them to the pictures ... or for beginners, have them match the photo cards to the identical pictures on their game board.
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