One of the most popular themes in the classroom is the CIRCUS!! And why not?? It’s fun and it captivates the kid’s attention. I suppose occasionally, there’s a little one afraid of clowns. They might even be worried a lion will get them. But overall, the circus is just fun and exciting!!
When I recently had to come up with some ideas for games to share in one of the groups I’m in, I was drawn to the circus. I had some really great graphics to use and I figured that I could do alot with them. I love having a big variety!!
I’ve uploaded the games that I made to my 4Shared account. You can find an entire folder with 4 games that I made for the circus theme. To add to that, you can find a complete calendar set as well. It has everything!! It includes the days, dates, months, and years to 2015. I’ve previously used the graphics in this set before. I made some “Ticket Sales” 2-part puzzle cards. These are for matching coins to money amounts. Quite awhile back, I also made an English/Language Arts game called “Circus World Parts of Speech“. This is a file folder game/mats where the player sorts nouns, verbs, and pronouns.
I hope that you enjoy while you’re “under the big top” and that the kids learn while they’re having fun!!
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