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Easter Language Games!

Easter Language Games!
Easter Language Games!
Easter Language Games!
Easter Language Games!
Easter Language Games!
Easter Language Games!
Easter Language Games!
Easter Language Games!
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Attributes Game!
Includes:
1 page of eggs, colored for each attribute
1 chart showing the egg color corresponding to each attribute
1 page of Easter-themed nouns for describing (8 nouns)
Game Board (page 13)
Directions:
1. Students will first draw a noun card. Then, the student will draw an attribute egg card and describe the noun using that attribute. For example, if the student drew the blue attribute egg card and was describing a bunny, he could say, “A bunny hops and eats carrots.” or “A bunny brings you a basket on Easter.” Have the students draw as many attribute eggs as you wish. I typically have my students draw 4-5. Play continues until all nouns have been described.
2. For each turn, the students may roll the dice and move along the game board.

Easter-Themed Categories!
Included:
2 pages of cards with a given category listed (pages 6 and 7)
2 pages with 3 items listed (pages 8 and 9)
Game Board (page 13)
Directions:
1. Place the cards in the middle of the table for students to draw from. Students will take turns drawing cards and either name the category given the items on the card, or name 3 items in the given category.
2. For each turn, the students may roll the dice and move along the game board.

Easter-Themed Multiple Meaning Words “I Have, Who Has?” Game!
Included:
2 pages of cards with multiple meaning words and definitions (16 cards total)
Directions:
1. Divide the cards among the students. I allow the students to lay their cards on the table so they can see all of them.
2. Each card has the same two sentences:
I have______. (The definition in the blank will be one of two definitions for a multiple meaning word)
Who has_____? (This will be a word plus one of it’s definitions)
3. One card says “I have the first card” and that player reads that card and places it face up on the table. The card gives a word and one of it’s definitions. Only one student will have the card with the second definition for that word. That student will read the definition on his/her card (at the top of the card), and will then read the rest of his/her card (a new word and definition at the bottom), and place it on the table.
4. The game continues until one player plays the last card (the last card says “I have the last card.”)

Enjoy!

*Clipart purchased from Scrappin’ Doodles!
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