Students will LOVE this Positional Word Game Bundle, and this bundle is GREAT for Special Education Classrooms! This Positional Word Game Bundle includes a Positional Word Game for each month, plus a couple bonus games! These games are a great addition to circle time or to use for a few minutes of downtime to get students up and moving to search the room and practice using positional words and complete sentences. These Positional Word Games are designed for use in preschool, primary, and special education classrooms. My students love coming in the classroom each morning to search for the monthly character! All you need to do is remember to move the characters around each day ;)
Each Game includes:
-Picture-supported game board (to laminate and use with dry erase markers)
-Fill-in the blank game board (to laminate and use with dry erase markers)
-Ideas for Use Page
-2 pages of character cards to laminate and hide around the classroom
-"Write the Room" Style page (color and black/white versions)
This Positional Word Game Bundle currently includes:
January - Where is the Winter Worm?
February - Where is the Valentine Pig?
February - Where is the Skunk?
March - Where is the Green Panda?
April - Where is the Bunny?
May - Where is the Butterfly?
June - Where is the Zebra?
July - Where is the Glue?
August - Where is the Apple?
September - Where is the Football?
October - Where is the Mummy?
October - Where is the Ghost?
November - Where is the Turkey?
December - Where is the Reindeer?
December - Where is the Elf? (FREEBIE)
This bundle includes 15 Games total! Each game is sold separately for $2.00!
For a free sample of what these games look like you can download:
Where is the Elf?
(Which is also included in the BUNDLE as a Freebie!)
I hope you find this Positional Word Game Bundle useful!
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Keywords: circle time game, positional word game, picture-supported, differentiated resource, using complete sentences, special education and Autism resource, classroom activity