Who doesn't love penguins?
This is a fun open-ended game perfect for reinforcement during drill/practice of skills (like sight word drill, math facts drill, articulation drill, fluency drill, answering questions) and tasks that children need motivation to complete.
This game is designed for 2 to 5 players. Prep:
Print all pages (I prefer cardstock) and cut out the various cards. Laminate for durability.
Who doesn’t love penguins? Use this open-ended game for reinforcement during drill/practice of skills like sight word drill, math facts drill, articulation drill, fluency drill, answering questions and other tasks that children need motivation to complete. Page 10 includes winter themed words and phrases sorted by phoneme to use for drill if desired.
Use with 2 to 5 players. Allow each child to choose an igloo (or assign one). The color on that igloo will signify the color of penguins they will need to collect to win the game!
Place all penguin cards and the wild cards with arctic animals facedown on the oval winter scene. Students should be allowed to take turns picking a card after performing X numbers of skills/drills. If students turn over a penguin dressed in the color they need, they get to keep it and put that penguin at their igloo. If they turn over a card with a penguin that’s NOT dressed in their color- they must put the penguin back. Watch out for those arctic animal wild cards that shake up the game!
The first player who collects all 5 of their penguins for their igloo wins the game! * If the game doesn’t progress to that point, the child who has collected the MOST penguins of their color wins the game!
*Includes everything you need to play AND winter themed words and phrases sorted by phoneme to use for drill if desired.
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