This is a fun and inclusive Halloween game for your primary students as you gear up for Halloween! The game encourages listening skills. Your students will learn to read Halloween vocabulary.
The first student to play is the one who has the “I have the first card, who has the acorn?” card. The student reads their card, and in response, the person who has the acorn card reads theirs. Play continues as each student responds when it is their turn.
The game ends when the final student reads their card. There is no winner, but students enjoy the process, and often cheer for the student who has the last card!
Skills: listening, speaking, waiting for a turn, cooperating, Halloween and fall vocabulary.
The game works for groups of 24 students or less. If you have more than 24 students, simply prepare two sets of the game, divide the class into two groups, and have two games going at once. In this case, students will have more than one card.
Please see the free preview to take a closer look at the file. In the product, there are 4 cards per letter-size sheet of paper. To prepare the game you will need to print 6 color pages.