Halloween Multiple Meaning Game!
-18 candy large corn pieces, each with a multiple meaning word and 2 sentences containing that word (used in 2 different ways)
-1 page of small witch or candy cards
*witch: no points, put card back.
*candy: worth 1 point, keep this card
Worksheet for writing down each word and the two definitions (optional)
1. Print, cut apart, and laminate 1 copy of the candy corn pages (2-6).
2. Print, cut and laminate 2 copies of the witch/candy cards (page 7)
3. Shuffle the small witch/candy cards and place face down on the table. Do the same with the larger candy corn cards.
4. The first student will draw a large candy corn card and read the word at the top, which is a word with more than one meaning.
5. He/she will then read the first sentence and provide the definition for the word in that context. If the definition is correct, the student may draw a witch/candy card from the pile. If a witch is drawn, the student does not receive any points and must place it in a discard pile. If a candy card is drawn, the student keeps the card and it is worth one point.
6. He/she will do the same for the second sentence on the candy corn card.
7. The winner is the student with the most candy cards at the end!
Enjoy! Clipart purchased from Scrappin' Doodles!