Use this Halloween-themed and open-ended game as fun and motivating reinforcement for whatever goals your students are working on!
It can be printed for tabletop use, or used in digital form on a teletherapy platform with capability to use moving pieces.
How to play:
Each player places their game piece on the “start” space. Players take turns rolling a die or spinning a spinner to determine how many spaces to move. When a player lands on a space with a building (house, store, apartment, etc.) that player “trick-or-treats” and receives as many pieces of “candy” or points that are in the purple circle on that space. Tokens, tallies, or other markers may be used on the candy bags in the middle to keep track of how many pieces of candy (points) each player has. When each player completes their trip around the block and reaches the “finish” space, each player counts their candy and whoever has the most candy wins.
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