Fishing For Self Control File Folder Game | Impulse Control Activities

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K - 4th, Homeschool
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13 pages
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The Fishing For Self Control File Folder Game will help students learn impulse control while providing them with a fun way to learn and talk about Impulse Control. File folder games are perfect for an inexpensive alternative to games, plus it's convent size makes it easy to pack and store. Simply tape the game to a file a folder, store the fish in a ziplock baggie and close the folder shut when finished!


✔ 1 Game Board in both color and black and white printable options

✔ 30 Fish Question Game Pieces

✔ Game Directions And File Folder Cover Page

✔ Fishing Pole Instructions and Materials Needed

To make the game extra special, use a stick or dowel, twine and a magnet to create a fishing pole. Then add paperclips to your fish so they can be hooked on the pole!

Perfect for classroom lessons and impulse control groups.


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