Dinosaur Eruption Bundle

Dinosaur Eruption Bundle
Dinosaur Eruption Bundle
Dinosaur Eruption Bundle
Dinosaur Eruption Bundle
Dinosaur Eruption Bundle
Dinosaur Eruption Bundle
Dinosaur Eruption Bundle
Dinosaur Eruption Bundle
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This is a money saving bundle! All of the individual games will be available in my store soon!

These are fun and engaging games that can be played in small groups or centers! This bundle includes uppercase and lowercase letters, Fry's First 100 sight words, and numbers 1-100. All of the cards are available in color or black and white. The boards are black and white only and can be used with the color or black and white cards.

How To Play

Choose which set of cards you want to use; either uppercase, lowercase, sight word, or number cards. (A note about sight words: I used Fry’s First 100 sight words for this game. They are in alphabetical order and spread over 4 boards. You can choose to use all 4 boards in one game, or split it however you choose) Cut the cards apart, including the volcanoes, and put them in a container that is not see through. There is a “competitive” and “non-competitive” way to play the game.

Competitive

The object of the game is to have the most cards at the end. Students take turns pulling a card from the container. If they correctly identify the letter, word, or number on the card they can keep it, if not, they put it back in the container. If they pull out the volcano, their cards “erupt!” and they have to put all of the cards back in the container (not including the volcano).

Non-Competitive

Students work together to fill in the alphabet, sight word, or number chart by pulling a card and correctly identifying the letter, word, or number. If they get it right they put the card on the chart in the correct place. If they get it wrong, they put it back in the container. If they pull a volcano, their cards “erupt!” and they have to put a row of cards from the board back into the container (not including the volcano). You could make it super challenging and have them put all of their cards back!

Letter variation: If your students need to work on uppercase and lowercase letter identification, use the uppercase cards with the lowercase board, or vice versa.

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