These are great St. Patrick's Day themed games to target basic and complex concepts utilizing spatial, descriptive, and quantitative terms.
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- Included in this activity set are 2 versions of the “I Have Who Has?" game (1 regular version and 1 low ink) AND 2 versions of the Matching/Go Fish style game (1 regular version and 1 low ink).
- This activity covers concepts commonly associated with following directions and describing visual scenes (e.g., spatial, quantitative, and descriptive terms). Some cards have more simple descriptions such as “Who has a bear with a pot of gold?” Others are more complex and have multiple aspects to consider in the description (e.g., “Who has a pot of gold and rainbow with no cloud?” Or “Who has 2 boys holding 1 horseshoe?”).
Other concepts you can incorporate while playing this game include: Listening, Asking questions, Answering questions, Describing, Reasoning, Short Term Memory, Pronouns, Vocabulary, and much more!
- Activity Suggestions: Distribute cards to each student in the group. Have the player with “Start” begin by reading this card. He will read the description and the person holding the card that matches this will show the group his card and read the next description listed below the picture. The game will continue until they reach the player with the “End” card.
*Students will have to listen carefully because some descriptions and pictures are very similar but NOT matches. This requires students to be aware of the cards they have and consider ALL aspects of the description they are listening to.*
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- Play the classic Go Fish type of game where players describe their own card in hopes that the person they are asking has the match.
- Play this style game while using a point system. Each match is worth one point. Both the describer and listener receive a point for a successful match. To lose a point, either the describer provides a vague description that could match multiple cards OR the listener says they have a match that does not match the description.
- You could also play classic matching games, “I spy” with the cards taped around the room, a “Headbanz” type of game where you have to ask questions to guess your card, etc.
- There are 23-24 game cards in each activity!
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