This game is a variation on the popular game, usually known as "Dots" or "Boxes". In this game, each player chooses a different color, and on each turn, draws a line between two dots. The student should answer the question after drawing his or her line. The player who finishes the box should put their initials in the box. When all the dots have been connected, The player with the most boxes wins!
This is perfect for getting to know new students, to use an an icebreaker with students in new groups with each other, or just as a beginning of year activity. This can also be used with social skills groups, to target question asking and conversational topic maintenance. Studnets should answer the question, then ask another student before drawing the line between the dots.
This is a no-prep, print and go resource, perfect for last minute planning or homework!
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Vocabulary boxes: targets antonyms, synonyms, describing, categories, and compare/contrast!
Grammar boxes: targets regular and irregular verbs, regular and irregular plurals, and pronouns!
Looking for something similar for articulation? Check out the Articulation Boxes Mega Bundle, which targets both early and later developing sounds, for a total of 40 games!