Kids just love dice games and this one is no exception!!! Students roll the dice, practice naming vocabulary items and earn points to win the game!!! What a great way to encourage vocabulary development. This product was made with the non-reader in mind. It is great for group therapy.
•Print game boards on cardstock and laminate for durability
•Print three to four copies of point cards on cardstock, laminate for durability and cut apart
•One die for each student playing the game is needed (not included)
DIRECTIONS FOR PLAY ( 2-5 players)
•Choose the board or boards you wish to use with your students. Students can all have the same board or different boards. Each student gets his or her own individual game board.
•Choose a player to start the game. The player rolls his/her die. He/she then locates that number on his/her game board and verbally names the four pictures that correspond with the die number rolled. If the student labels all the pictures correctly, he/she gets point cards equivalent to the number on the die. For example, if the student rolls a 3, the student will label the four pictures next to the three and then get three point cards. If the student rolls a 5, he/she will label the four pictures next to the five and then get five point cards. The student can also be asked to tell what the worker does prior to getting his/her point cards.
•The student with the most point cards at the end of the game wins.
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