I use this game with my ARTICULATION students. There are enough cards for a group of 6 students.Students may be required to say words, sentences, or complete a task on a card to take their turn. They must follow the game rules. The rules are as follows:
1. Give each student in your group a FROSTY card and a STEAL card. The STEAL card can only be used once during the game. Students need to be on their toes. If they see another student draw a letter they need, they can show their STEAL card and take that letter. They must do this before the student puts it down on their card. Once a student has used their STEAL card, they must give it up.
2. The letter cards and direction cards go in a pile face down. I put the cards in an envelope or bag for students to have less of a chance to peek. The number cards go in a separate pile face down. The number cards are optional depending on the task. I use them to determine how many words a student practices in one turn.
3. Students take turns completing a task. Upon completing a task they choose a card. If the card has a letter they need to spell FROSTY, they cover that letter on their board. If the card has a direction on it, they follow the direction. A direction card may read one of the following: LOSE 1 TURN (they lose their next turn), GO AGAIN (they take another turn) or PUT 1 BACK (they put one letter back). The first person to spell FROSTY first wins! HAVE FUN!