This Christmas / holiday-themed board game is designed to target a large variety of language skills, including Antonyms, Synonyms, Multiple Meaning Words, Identifying Absurdities, Irregular Past Tense / Plurals, Inferencing From Clues, and Syntax. I made this for my students in speech therapy. The difficulty level is probably most appropriate for grades 1-3, although depending on students' skill levels, it might work for other ages, as well. Please take a peek at the Preview file to get an idea of the types of questions.
- 9 question cards for each of the following categories: Antonyms, Synonyms, Multiple Meaning Words, Identifying Absurdities, Irregular Past Tense, Irregular Plurals, Inferencing From Clues, and Syntax -- 72 cards total
-18 "Uh-Oh" cards
1.Print and cut out all items.
2.Prepare the game board by fastening the two pieces together.
3.Laminate all pieces for durability.
1.Students take turns picking cards.
2.Students answer the questions on the cards and move their pawns accordingly.
3.If they get an “Uh-Oh” card, they follow the directions on the card.
4.Whoever gets to 100 first is the winner!
5.OPTIONAL: Only let students complete their turn if they answer the question correctly.
I hope you enjoy this! I have also posted a addition/subtraction version of this game.