This colorful file folder game allows students to practice identifying conjunctions in a sentence. They will read a card and determine which word is a conjunction.
Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first player to the end, wins!
If you want, you can just use the 'task cards' with the recording sheet that is included. You can also use this game for Scoot.
This is easy to assemble.
How to Assemble:
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 in lower left corner 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, 5: Cut out and glue game rules and information about Conjunctions opposite game board inside file folder. There are two versions. Choose the one you like : using a penny or a die.
Pages 6, 7, 8: Cut out questions and glue onto construction paper for question cards. Laminate each card.
Page 9: Cut out answer key, glue onto a piece of construction paper and laminate.
Page 10: Record Sheet (if you’d like to use just the task cards or play SCOOT)
Page 11: Thanks for downloading this product!
Laminate the file folder and store ziploc bag with game pieces, cards, and answer key inside the file folder.
I like to have students play the game with a penny instead of a die. I have included two sets of rules. You choose which way you want to play. With a die or a penny. If you use the penny, this is how you play: You flip the penny. If it is heads, move one space. If it is tails move two spaces. It is cheap and files flat. I have included two sets of directions, so you can choose whether you want to use a die or a penny.
I also use colored paper clips or buttons for game pieces.
If you have questions, please e-mail me, Diane: