Are you looking for some quick and easy activities to help you survive until the next holiday break? These activities go well with books such as "Turkey Trouble" and "Turkey Claus" by Wendi Silvano. They are designed to help students practice using good verbal descriptions in addition to understanding inferences.
Here is what's included:
Pgs. 4-8: Guess Turkey’s Disguise Game (2 versions)
Pgs. 9-10: Create your own Bingo boards (Full Page - Color)
Pgs. 11-12: Create your own Bingo boards (Full Page - B&W)
Pgs. 13-14: Create your own Bingo boards (Half Page - Color)
Pgs. 15-16: Create your own Bingo boards (Half Page - B&W)
Pgs. 17-19: Guess the Disguise flash cards (color)
Pgs. 20-22: Guess the Disguise flash cards (B & W)
Pgs. 23-25: Disguise Picture Cards (color)
Pgs. 26-28: Disguise Picture Cards (B & W)
Pgs. 29-35: "Can You Guess Turkey's Disguise?" Booklet - Farm Edition (B & W)
Pgs. 36-42: "Can You Guess Turkey's Disguise?" Booklet - Community Helper Edition (B & W)
Guess Turkey’s Disguise Game
: Version 1 (Pgs. 4-5)
– This version has character boards designed to slide into the 2009 Edition of Guess Who. Print the turkey character boards on card stock (select “Actual Size” when printing) and slide them into your Guess Who game. Students take turns asking yes/no questions about the pictures to guess the turkey’s disguise, same as playing the original Guess Who game.
Version 2 (Pgs. 6-8)
– This version can be played without a store bought Guess Who game. Print the 3 pages on card stock and laminate for extra durability. Cut apart the character cards on page 7. To play, give your students a copy of the character boards on pages 5 and 6. Put the cards from page 7 that you cut out in a stack face down and have each student choose a card. That is the character they will need to answer questions about. The rest of the game is played the same as the original Guess Who game.
: I typically print the boards and character pieces on regular printer paper. You have a choice of 2 sizes for your boards (full page or half page). You can also choose whether to print in color or black and white. Then, let your students cut and paste the character pieces onto their blank boards to create their own Bingo game boards. You can use the Guess the Disguise flash cards or Disguise Picture Cards as your calling cards for the game. You can also just print an extra copy of the page with character pieces to use as your calling cards if you want a quick and easy option.
Guess the Disguise Flash Cards & Disguise Picture Cards
Print the pages on card stock and laminate for extra durability. Cut apart the cards and use them as calling cards for the Bingo game or to play a simple matching game where students match the disguise picture cards with the description cards.
“Can You Guess Turkey’s Disguise?” Booklets
: Print the pages out for students to use at school or send them home for homework. Blank pages have also been provided so your students can create their own costumes and descriptions.
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