This colorful file folder game is a fun way for students to practice identifying the base word in multisyllabic words. There are two versions of the game. One is to use a die to move on the game board. I like to use a penny because it is cheap, plentiful and store flat! When students flip the penny, move one space for heads and two spaces for tails. I use colored paper clips for the game pieces.
Page 1: Title and assembly of file folder game.
Page 2: Cut title with graphics and glue on front of a file folder, cut info on lower left (choose the one you want to use: PENNY or DIE) and tape on a sandwich size ziploc bag, cut title in lower right hand corner and glue on tab of file folder.
Page 3: Cut out game board and glue into inside of file folder.
Page 4 and 5: There are two versions of The Hamburger Game / Mini Anchor Chart: What’s a Base Word and Rules for the game. Choose the page that you would like to use. Cut out and glue opposite the game board inside file folder.
Pages 6, 7, 8, 9: Laminate the 32 question cards and cut apart. Store in ziploc bag with a PENNY or DIE and game pieces. (I use colored paper clips or buttons as game pieces.)
Page 10: Cut out answer key and glue onto a piece of construction paper and laminate. Store inside file folder.
Page 11: Scoot Rules
Page 12: Student Response Sheet
Page 13: Thanks for downloading this product!
Laminate the file folder and store ziploc bag with game pieces, cards, and answer key inside the file folder.
If you have questions, please e-mail me, Diane: