Targets: receptive and expressive language, semantics
Includes: Title Page, Directions, 42 "slap" playing cards, 6 prompt cards, TOU and Credits
Directions for game play:
Have students seated around a table or in a circle on the floor (preferred).
Spread out all cards, face down (animal not showing) on the table or floor.
Explain to the students that at your cue (e.g. GO!) they are to “slap” a card and hold onto it.
Tell them not to show anyone their card! They are to look at their hand card and think. When they are ready they need to act, sing, make noises, and give descriptive words to get peers to guess their animal.
If the student is successful they keep their card! If not, they put their card in the middle and try again with a different animal. The person with the most hands at the end wins!
Other Ways To Play!
--Play on teams like charades, team with the most hands at the end wins!
--Instead of slapping, put the cards on the ground and have students stomp on a card!
--Musical chairs version: put out one less than the number of students in the group (e.g. 5 students in the group, put out 4 cards). When you say go, everyone slaps a card, the person who did not get one is the “guesser” for this round. They get to keep as many cards as they get correct. Then it’s someone else’s turn!
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