Do you have any dinosaur lovers in your class? Roar and Stomp are fun ways to have your students practice reading common high frequency words. It is super easy to play and your students will love the dinosaur friends. Great for use in language centers or after a guide reading lesson!
How to play: Place cards face down. Players take turns flipping cards. If they can read the words they get to keep the card. If they cannot read it, it goes back in the pile. If a player flips a "hop" card they get to pick another card. If a player flips a "hippity" card, the player has to put two cards back. The player with the most cards at the end is the winner.
How to play STOMP:
Spread the rectangular dinosaur cards on the ground face up. One player or the teacher is the caller. The caller reads a word from the round cards. The rest of the players race to find the word and STOMP on it with their stomper (fly swatter or hand). The player that collects the most cards at the end of the game is the winner.
How to play ROAR:
Place all the cards face down in a pile or in a bag, including the number of “ROAR” cards you want to use. Players take turns flipping (or pulling) cards. If the player can read the word, he/she can keep it. If the player doesn't know the word is he/she places it back in the pile/bag. If the player pulls a “ROAR!” card he/she must put all of his/her cards back into the pile/bag.
Blank cards are also included so you can add your own words. Over 100 first grade level words are included.
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