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February Scattergories Games

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3rd - 8th
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  1. Each month is jam-packed with opportunities to make learning interesting and fun. Scattergories is a fun, engaging game for all students. Each month there are four different holidays that will get the spotlight in your classroom.Use this game for word work, a literacy station, or early finishers, o
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February is jam-packed with opportunities to make learning interesting and fun. We've targeted Groundhog Day, Valentine's Day, African American History Month (celebrating the efforts of Rosa Parks), President's Day and Inventor's Day for our February Scattergories resource.

Use this game for word work, a literacy station, or early finishers, or use this as a Friday Fun-day activity. We've taken the format of the Scattergories game and created a resource that helps with vocabulary development, creating thinking, team building, and word work! Oh, and did we mention that it's FUN?

Everything you need is included - and you get both color and blackline versions of five game lists and recording sheets. The five different game lists come with three on a page, and the recording sheets have three on a page, too. This will allow you to play the game multiple times using different letters.

If you've never played Scattergories, this is how it works: You roll or select a letter of the alphabet, then give a specified amount of time to allow kids to fill in words by the clue phrases. For example, you might respond to the clues like this:

topic: Back to School

letter rolled: L

↝ sound heard on the first day of school = laughing

↝ transportation to school = limousine

↝ something to take to school = lunch

The fun truly begins when you share answers and only get a point if no one else has the same answer—tricky, tricky! Creative responses will be rewarded! You may play as individuals, partners, or teams. There are so many options to customize this to make it work for YOU!

Take your students' learning to the next level—tie these games in with other learning or fun activities: research inventors, presidents or famous African Americans, create your own inventions, and - for sure - check to see if that groundhog sees his shadow or not!

Watch for more Scattergories Game fun to come from us - and in case you are looking ahead to March, here is our March Scattergories Game- enjoy!

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If you're looking for additional February activities, please look at our Secret Valentine Project

and our Valentine Box Contest!

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