Use this sheet prior to each game playing session in your classroom to remind students of the whole purpose of playing a game.
Use pages 2, 3, 4 to help students take notes as a reminders of reasons to play games. These sheets are already differentiated to help you match them to student needs.
Cut the strips apart and use as a matching game. Photograph completed sorts for recordkeeping purposes.
Page five of this packet is a poster to display in your classroom. You can display this on your Elmo, SmartBoard, or other projection device during any and all game times. Additionally, you could have this enlarged at a local printing company or education agency.
Print the blank note taking sheet onto cardstock or tagboard paper. Laminate this sheet. In each box, place a small piece of hook-and-loop tape or a hook-and-loop tape dot. Print the first (fully completed) sheet of this packet onto cardstock or tagboard paper. Laminate it as well. Cut apart the box and place the corresponding hook-and-loop tape on the back of each cut out box. Now you have created a sorting game for your students to use as a teaching and learning tool or to be used as a center!
Bring this sheet out if students behavior during game time begins to become ineffective for learning and working together.