Visual Discrimination Game - Pair Up
A printable card game or center ideally for a small group of players.
Students take a game card and look at the pictures in a line. Encourage them to point teach box, from left to right and say the name of each picture. They must then search for the 2 matching pictures and place a counter/chip over both to signify a match.
Alternatively, students could clip them or circle them with a dry erase marker.
Extend your higher level students by asking them to identify the sound that each picture begins with.
There are 27 different game boards, each featuring 5 pictures.
Lots of great learning fun! This game is perfect to play when your students are first learning to read and need visual discrimination practice.
This file features a teaching tips page, a detailed instruction sheet, 27 game mats, a follow-up worksheet and a cover page (for your organizational pockets and pouches)!