Christmas Alphabet & Number Board Game
Perfect for Grades Pre-K to 2nd
Goals: Letter identification, beginning sound identification, numeral identification, meaningful counting, color word recognition, cooperative play, listening and following directions.
• 22” x 17” Game Board
• Several levels of play to include:
• Level 1 - Match uppercase to uppercase letters.
• Level 1 - Match numerals 1 to 10 with numerals 1 to 10.
• Level 1 - Match color swatches to color spaces on game board.
• Level 2 - Match uppercase to lowercase letters.
• Level 2 - Match numerals 1 to 10 to their corresponding quantity.
• Level 2 - Match color spaces with color word typed in corresponding color.
• Level 3 - Match uppercase letters to picture cards beginning with the letter.
• Level 3 - Match numerals 1 to 10 with the written name.
• Level 3 - Match color spaces with color word typed in black.
• (4) Game pieces
Directions: It is recommended to print on card stock and laminate for durability.
Game Cards: Cut all game cards along solid red line. Print the letter and picture cards twice.
Playing Pieces: Cut on solid black line, fold on dotted lines and glue or tape the (2) tabs together.
Game Board: The game board is tiled over (4) 8.5” x 11” sheets of paper. Print all pages on card stock and trim to solid black line. Assemble using clear packing or scotch tape and laminate for durability. Finished size will be 22” x 17”.
Game Directions: (2 to 4 Players) The game is ideal for grades Pre-K to 2nd grade with (3) levels of difficulty. Select which level of playing cards you will use with your students. Place the cards upside down. Students place their game pieces on the green peppermint for “start”. The students take turns drawing a card and finding the matching game spot on the board. Beware of the “OWL” card which takes you back to start (green peppermint). The first one to land on the to the gingerbread house wins. OR keep playing until everyone wins! To differentiate the level of place include the cards: Go back 1 space, go back 2 spaces, go back 3 spaces, go forward 1 space, go forward 2 spaces, go forward 3 spaces, and lose a turn.
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