How to play the Game:
The player who appears on the left phone screen is the monitor. The players on the right phone screen answer the questions.
The monitor is in charge of the “happy happy happy” sign. If he/she thinks the answers to each question is correct, then the “happy happy happy” sign is held up and its time for the next slide.
The teacher/speech pathologist is in charge of the “That’s a Fact Jack” sign. If the teacher/speech pathologist agrees with the entire group’s participation and answers, then he/she holds up the designated sign to indicate the next slide is to be revealed with the new question and characters.
Getting Set up:
Print out slides 3-7 on cardstock, laminate. Cut each phone out and attach to a popsicle stick.
You will assign each of these characters to a player in the game. If you have less than 7 students in a group, you may need to give each student more than one character.
Two ways you can play:
No Print Version: Open up this item on a computer. Go to View, Full Screen Mode and go to slide 8 to begin the activity.
Print all the slides out starting at slide 8 and place the slides in plastic sheet protectors and place in a small binder to complete the activity at a table.