This set includes 8 themed game insert card sets for playing Guess Who? … but in a different way. Guess Who? is a two-player guessing game. The original game uses faces and names, but with the sets included in this download you can revamp the game! The general instructions for Guess Who? are: Each player […]
This package provides many great math and language activities and is a valuable addition to farm or spring themes. There are 40 suggestions included on how you may use the materials. The package is available on TpT.
Bring flowers into the classroom with this 42 page package of flower themed math games! This flower themed math games package contains games with which the children can playfully practice counting, the colors, numbers on the dice and the number symbols up to fifteen. To top it off, there are twenty circle time actvities with […]
Conrad is a knight in training who learns many things from knight Roderick, like shooting at a target and repairing damaged shields. Conrad is starting to become a real knight. It is time for him to choose a nice shield with diamonds at the blacksmith’s … This brand new, 55 page package contains three ‘knightly’ […]
I created a new game for your classroom (or at home!). It’s called animal sound bingo. This is a bingo game where the students have to listen to short animal sound clips and match them to the photos of these animal on their bingo cards. The package contains 24 animal sound clips, a check sheet […]
Do you use Tangram games in the classroom? Tangram is a dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat shapes, called tans, which are put together to form shapes. The objective of the puzzle is to form a specific shape (given only an outline or silhouette) using all seven pieces, which may not overlap. This game practices […]
This is a new game I created which you can use both in the classroom and at home. The game is called Musical Instrument Bingo. This is a bingo game where the students have to listen to short musical instrument sound clips and match them to the photos of these instruments on their bingo cards. […]