Directions: Print, laminate, and cut out cards. Have each student take turns drawing a card. Read the sentence/question aloud to the student. If they answer the question correctly they get to keep the card. There are also bonus cards that allow
Each card has a visual cue (picture and written sentence). The student has to fill in the blank with the correct pronoun (he, she, they). If the student gets the answer correct they get to keep the card, if not they must put it back. The student
Good for targeting vocabulary, word finding, and inferences. Read the clue to your students. The first to guess the correct answer gets to keep the card. The student with the most cards at the end wins! All words targeted are related to winter,
This game targets "why" and "how" questions related to winter/holidays. It can be used to target sequencing or articulation skills at the conversation level.
Students will collect snowmen by answering the question correctly or with their good
Have students draw a card and read the sentences on the card. Each card contains a sentence in the present or future tense and another sentence in the past tense. Students must fill in the blank with the
correct irregular past tense verb. If they
Each card has a written prompt of an event to sequence. The student must sequence 3-4 steps in the correct order. To make the activity more fun, have the student act it out! If they correctly sequence the event, they may keep the card. There are
Students play this as a matching game. They must match the man with his igloo by finding the words that are synonyms. Great for targeting vocabulary skills with older elementary, early middle school students and the clipart is meant to use with a
Use as a reinforcement game when targeting articulation or language concepts. Your students will love collecting these fun snowmen! There are also cards that allow you to take an extra turn or lose a turn, so watch out! The student with the most
Use this game to target irregular past tense verbs. Students draw a card. Each card has a present tense verb. Students must correctly create a sentence, changing the verb to the irregular past tense. Watch out for the melted snow cards! Student
I am planning a Bear/Hibernation theme for next week and wanted an open ended game to use with my students. Use this card game with any activity (articulation, fluency, or language) as a reinforcement game. After completing a target, students must
Students must draw a card and label the function of the item on the card. Great to increase vocabulary skills. There also are “Arctic Freeze” cards that allow the student to take an extra turn. The student with the most cards wins!
*Note - The
Have students read the statement on the card and tell the meaning of the underlined phrase. If they give the correct meaning they get to keep the card. There are also bonus cards included that allow students to take an extra turn or lose a turn.
This packet includes 4 vocabulary games with spring themed clip art (clip art by www.mycutegraphics.com).
Compare/Contrast: Students must tell how target items are the same/different
Generative Naming Task: Student must name items in a
Students must draw a card and provide definitions for the multiple meaning word. If they answer correctly, they get to keep the card! If they draw a sun card, they lose a turn. I hope your students enjoy this game!
Have students draw a card and tell how the items are the same and different. Some items are winter related, others are not. The clipart is targeted to use with an arctic or winter theme. This game is great for increasing vocabulary, specifically
Students must sort the lights to the correct tree to identify rhyming words. Once lights are sorted, have students review the rhymes and why they rhyme. See if they can come up with more words that rhyme!
*To be used with fly swatters from Target or Dollar Store
I found some really cute fly swatters at the Dollar Store and the best part was they came in packs of TWO! I have been trying to think of an activity to use with all of my students and this