It’s About TIME Game
Great for math centers, home school, or back to school! Kids will enjoy learning/reviewing time (hour, half hour, quarter time)!
Materials needed: a game piece per player
Contents: 3 game boards (4-6 game card sheets each), 2 answer keys
Print onto cardstock if desired. Cut/separate game cards. Players choose a board and matching cards. Stack cards and turn face down. Each player draws one card and moves to the nearest matching space (draw an analog clock, land on the matching digital clock). Extra turn, lose a turn, move forward, and move backward cards are included. Use the answer keys as needed. The first to the end wins!
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Play Ball Onsets and Rimes Board Game
I truly appreciate your purchase. I hope this game makes practicing onsets and rimes FUN!! Use this board game in classroom centers, homework, home school, or end of the year activities!!
Contents- Card sheets (6 cards per sheet, 49 baseball cards, 66 bat cards), 1 game board *The digraph “ph” will create a nonsense word because of the lack of one syllable words beginning with “ph”.
(Small Group) 1 game piece per player (Whole Group) Place sheets of paper throughout the room for bases and play without the board. Students may compete as teams if desired.
Copy onto cardstock and/or laminate the card sheets/game board for durability. Cut/separate card sheets. Pitcher-Stacks/draws from the ball (onset) cards. Batter-Draws from the stack of bat (rime) cards. The pitcher says the onset and passes the card to the batter. The batter says the rime and the complete word, passes the cards to the catcher, then moves to first base. Umpire-Assists the batter if necessary. Catcher-Collects/separates the cards. Strike Card (3) Batter chooses another card and must identify the word as real or nonsense. Ball Card (5) Players move to the next base. As players get a homerun they become the next pitcher.
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Spring summer Tools for Common Core Cool Fun Stuff Activities
Shoot for Loot makes counting money FUN!! This game is ideal for classroom centers, homework, home school activities or just for the FUN of it! Students “shoot for loot” by spinning on the spinner and adding to get the amount. Students may refer to the playbook for possible coin combinations.
5 spinner sheets (1 per denomination), 8 Play Book sheets with various denomination possibilities, 10 game boards (5 color, 5 BW, with 5¢,10¢, 25¢, 50¢, and $1.00 scores),
2 student worksheets
1 paper clip and 2 pencils per game board
1 game piece per player (use manipulatives, cereal, or candy, etc.)
Print onto cardstock and/or laminate/put in sheet protectors. Print as many spinners, boards and sheets as desired. Match each board with its spinner sheet (e.g., 5¢ spinner to 5¢ board).
Directions: 2 students can play per game board. Toss Up-Each player spins, and the player with the higher number spins first. Take turns spinning. Move to that number on the board. Write the amount on the worksheet and add on each turn. First to build the amount wins! 0=Lose a Turn, Free Throw=Extra Turn, Rebound=Steal the other player’s spin
Refer to the play sheets if necessary.
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