Roll and Color Box Out games are sure to be a hit in your classroom! All you need is a partner, dice, and 2 different colored crayons. Game Boards contain different skill levels for classroom differentiation. The directions are printed on every game board so there is no confusion. It is an easy activity to leave with a sub. Games are also great in RTI or center groups. This set of games focuses on language arts skills.
-figures of speech
-parts of speech (types of nouns, plural nouns, adjectives, verbs, irregular verbs, irregular nouns, inflected endings, adverbs)
-subject and predicate
-homonyms and opposites
-to, two, and too
-their, there, and they're
Each player needs a crayon. No 2 colors can be alike. Players share one die and game board. Each player takes a turn rolling the die. and then coloring the answer. Words must be read out loud to the partner. The player with the most colored boxes wins!