"nk" and "ng" I have, Who has Game

"nk" and "ng" I have, Who has Game
"nk" and "ng" I have, Who has Game
"nk" and "ng" I have, Who has Game
"nk" and "ng" I have, Who has Game
"nk" and "ng" I have, Who has Game
"nk" and "ng" I have, Who has Game
"nk" and "ng" I have, Who has Game
"nk" and "ng" I have, Who has Game
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Students will have a blast reading -nk and -nk words while playing this fast paced, group game. This game features 40 UNIQUE -nk/-ng words!! Directions included in the document as well.

* 40 cards included.

Material Preparation:
Print the cards using the yellow and white polka-dotted page as the back of the cards to ensure that the pages are not see through. I also like to laminate the cards so that they last for years. Alternatively you could print on card stock. After printing on both sides, cut cards and put in order (1st card, last card has a picture of a pig). You are ready to play!!
Directions:!
This game is ideal for groups of at least 6 or more students. However, I use this as a whole class game after I have taught my lesson on the -nk and -ng endings. I also use this in my small group of 3 girls and they each get about 13 cards/more opportunities to read. If the students get more than 5 cards, make sure they have room to spread out their cards so they can see them clearly and find them quickly to keep up the speed of the game. Pass out all of the I have, Who has cards. I prefer to put them in order then give them out randomly, making sure I don’t give two cards in a row to the same student. Before beginning the game, ask the student to read the words on their cards. The student with the 1st card begins by reading, “I have bank, who has wing”. The player who has wing, reads his card and the game continues until all cards have been read. After each card is read, I have the student put that card face down so that we know it has been played. I emphasize that the goal of the game is to keep a good pace so that it almost sounds like a song “I have ____, who has ____”. After the game is over, collect the cards in order and play again! Enjoy :)
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