Camp Go-Together: Association and Analogies

Camp Go-Together: Association and Analogies
Camp Go-Together: Association and Analogies
Camp Go-Together: Association and Analogies
Camp Go-Together: Association and Analogies
Camp Go-Together: Association and Analogies
Camp Go-Together: Association and Analogies
Camp Go-Together: Association and Analogies
Camp Go-Together: Association and Analogies
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Take your kids to camp! This camp themed activities targets associations and show how they evolve into analogies. Association synonyms ( related, go together ) are used on all cards. There 104 cards total: 56 association cards and 48 analogy cards.

Association Cookout: 32 cards ( 16 multiple choice and 16 no choice ) have students state how items are related. Use the included reference mat to offer support. Watch out for Bug Spray cards that cause your to lose a turn.

Hike the Association Trial: 24 cards with visuals for all targets and multiple choices. Students determine which choice is the best association with the target.

Pack Your Bag: 48 cards, 24 with multiple choice and 24 without, target analogies. Students must state how the first pair of items are related then determine what items completes the analogy. Each student can collect items to 'pack their bag' with. The student who collects all their items first wins!
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