Vocabulary: I have… /Who has…? SPRING Game for Primary Children

Vocabulary: I have… /Who has…?  SPRING Game for Primary Children
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Vocabulary: I have… /Who has…?  SPRING Game for Primary Children
Vocabulary: I have… /Who has…?  SPRING Game for Primary Children
Vocabulary: I have… /Who has…?  SPRING Game for Primary Children
Vocabulary: I have… /Who has…?  SPRING Game for Primary Children
Vocabulary: I have… /Who has…?  SPRING Game for Primary Children
Vocabulary: I have… /Who has…?  SPRING Game for Primary Children
Vocabulary: I have… /Who has…?  SPRING Game for Primary Children
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Word Work: These Vocabulary Building Activities provide opportunities for Kindergarten, and Grade One children to practice identifying and naming items that can be found, and activities that people do, in the spring season. Working on learning... and using new vocabulary? Check this out!

Vocabulary: I have… /Who has…? SPRING (PRINT)

CONTENTS

30 bright and engaging pictures (that can be used as story starters).

3 formats and three games included:

• Two pictures on the cards - 8 cards per page / and a larger format with 4 cards per page

• One picture per card – 4 cards per page - open-ended.

How to play the game(s):

Use the SPRING Chart as a reference. Identify and discuss all of the cards as a class, or group. If the child describes the picture in different words…that’s OK. (example: instead of children playing in the leaves- kids in the leaves) Use the correct vocabulary to convey meaning. (example: as a class you may decide to use ‘five flowers’ instead of ‘five tulips’. )

• Bring in things from nature to touch and feel.

Example - Game 1

• The first player chooses any card, and reads it. For example, “I have the sun. Who has rain?” That child then places that card in a container, that has been placed on the table.

• Everyone looks at their cards to see if they have rain. The person who does then says, “I have rain. Who has an umbrella” That child places that card in the container, and so on.

• Play continues until all of the cards are in the container. (Play circles back to the original ‘sun’ card.)

Example - Game 3

• To determine who goes first, roll a dice…the highest number starts the game.

• Have the children look at the SPRING chart and using a bingo dabber cross off the item they choose to start with, (matches a card in his/her hand) and an item they will ask for (card not in his/her hand). The child will call out, “I have a ____. Who has a_____?”

• Using a bingo dabber, each child will identify, find, and mark off the picture that matches what has been called out. (e.g. shovel/ rake)

• The game ends when all of the cards have been played.

Thank you for visiting my store!

Have fun learning!

Laurie

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