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Gingerbread Noun, Verb, Adjective Game with posters, bracelets, worksheets

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Here's an ADORABLE noun, verb, adjective game with a gingerbread theme. There are game pieces, a die with noun, verb and adjectives on it. The kids can write the nouns, verb and adjectives on a word list. There is word guide to help them distinguish which is a noun, verb and adjective. This game comes in 2 versions: one version is just with nouns and verbs and the other version is a noun, verb, adjective game. Almost everything is in color AND black and white! This pack is common core aligned! It's also great for centers!

This pack is also in available in my 1. Sweet Gingerbread Literacy & Math Packet. The link is below:

There are noun, verb, adjective posters which are perfect for anchor charts! There are noun, verb, adjective bracelets/bookmarks to help remind the children what each one is with cute pictures. There are blank bracelets/bookmarks if the kids want to draw their own noun, verbs and adjectives.

There is 1 worksheet that has nouns and verbs and 1 worksheet with nouns, verbs and adjectives.

The game is easy enough for the children to understand and for them to focus on nouns, verbs and adjectives. Here are the directions for the game below:

Noun, Verb, Adjective Game
Each player rolls the die and whatever it lands on (noun, verb, adjective) that is the type of word gumdrop they move their piece to. They continue to do this to go around the board. They may use the Noun/Adjective/Verb Word Guide if they need help. Optional: As they move around the board, they can write each word they land on the Noun/Adjective/Verb Word List. When they land on the last gumdrop, they roll the die and whatever it lands, they must come up with their own example. For instance, if it lands on a noun then they could say “door”. They can move their piece to the gingerbread house and win the game.

For the Noun/Verb Game follow the same directions just use the noun/verb worksheets and modify directions accordingly.

Graphics by Pink Cat Studio http://www.pinkcatstudio.com
KPMDoodles at http://kpmdoodles.com
Fabulous Font by Kevin and Amanda at kevinandamanda.com

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