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Games to Share

Posted by on 19 May 2009

The past couple days have just been our norm around here and I haven’t had much to say.  Instead of leaving the blog empty, I’d rather share some of my creations with you.

I can’t ask enough though, if you’re going to download my games, PLEASE take EVERY page of the game.  You can’t play the game the way it was meant to be used if you’re only taking bits and pieces of it.  I understand you might want to play it your way, but you should try it my way as well.  After all, I am the one who created it!!  With that said, my shares for tonight are….

First up is Time for Frog School, which is a flipbook to teach children about time using cute frog student and teacher graphics.  I eliminated :15, :30, :00, and :45 because there’s so much available for that and the kids pick that up quick anyway.

Next is a shadow match ffg for little ones called Land Animals – Sea Animals Shadow Match.  Players match a shadow to the animal on the game board.

I also have a Christian file folder game (ffg) to share based on the Bible story for Noah’s Ark.  This game is Two by Two and is great for any age.  It can be played simple for little ones or harder for older players.  If you want to play a 2-player game, you’ll need to print off 2 copies of the the game board and cards.  Players move around the game board and collect a card when they land on the animal space of the card that’s face-up.

Finally, I have to game boards/mats for contractions.  These are a 1st to 2nd grade level.  The first one is Fishin’ for Contractions and is contractions made from am, is, and are.  The other one is A “Will” for Deep Sea Contractions in which will is the common factor in all the contractions.  For both of these games/mats, player will find either a contraction or the contraction word and find the matching contraction word or contraction.

I hope that you all can use these games.  I always love to say that I hope the kids have fun playing while they learn!!

 

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One Response to Games to Share

  1. Debbie

    You certainly have been going to town on the games. I wish ideas could come that easily to me. 🙁

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