Louisiana Mini Game Questions or La-estions Game
First, you will need a coin, a penny will do. Then you will need to cut out at least two of the tokens for each game being played; fold them over and tape each one together as shown below. I did mine on laminated cardstock so that I could make them last for years.
Then print out enough game boards for a class set, again laminated on color cardstock.
This has been a really cool end-of-year activity using either gameboard and/or self-created tokens.
My students played this game before Christmas, before Easter/Spring Break and the last week of school. They had a great time playing it, even when I PAIRED THEM UP so that they did not play with their friends.