This is my students' favorite game! We usually play a version of it about once a month. It is perfect for following directions as well as targeting basic concepts. It also provides a great reinforce for all goals. This free version is a little faster due to less cards/slides for gameplay, so it may not take a full 30 minutes to play. Of course, the more targets you elicit, the more time it will take between slides.
Not included: Prize Cup
Directions for the prize cup: You can use any opaque container for the prize cup. My coworkers and I use a clean, empty Clorox Wipe container decorated with duct tape. We have also used a plastic cake frosting container and a container for coffee creamer.
Number of players: works best with three or more
How to play: Prior to gameplay, put a small prize (pencil, toy, candy, etc.) in the prize cup. Using these slides in Powerpoint, Adobe Reader, or iBooks, have the first player hit start and follow the direction on the slide. The person who next receives the prize hits “next” and follows the direction, and so on until the last slide. The student who has the prize on the last slide (“Open the prize”) wins and gets to open (and keep) the prize.
If you enjoy it, you might like my themed bundle:
Pass the Prize Following Directions Game BUNDLE
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Jessica Finch, Everything Speechy