Students love playing the SLAP games and this includes Set A and Set B.
*I either place the kids in groups of three or four or let them choose their own partners.
*Group together one desk and one chair for each group of students.
*One student from each group gets the chair first and the partners stand behind/around the student playing first.
*Place as many cards as you’d like on the desktops to start and add new cards as needed.
*The students playing the first round place their hands on the edge of the desk.
*I discreetly scan the cards and state the first of three definitions for this round.
*The first student to touch the word that matches the definition gets to keep it for their group.
*I then go onto the 2nd definition, then the third, each time with the students placing their hands on the edge of the table.
*The students then switch seats with the next person in each of their groups and we continue playing just like the first round – hands on the edge of the desk and we go through three definitions.
*If we’re down to the last 5 or 6 cards, I then tell the kids I might call out definitions that may or may not have a match (they love this part). If they mistakenly touch the wrong card, then that group is done and can start counting their cards to determine the winning group.
122 pages of homonyms