Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Grammar Uno

Grammar uno

Played basically like the original game. Print two of all of the cards using the card backs if you want a two-sided look. Laminate and cut into cards. Skip and reverse cards are not group specific and can be used at any time. Points are not used in this version.

Monday, June 4, 2007

Bluebird Pronoun Bingo

Bluebird Pronoun Bingo

Llama writing prctice

Musical Note Stickers

Thanks to the creative folks who shared their graphics with me and allowed me to use them.

The Jumping Mouse Easy Sudoku Puzzle

The Jumping Mouse Dice Game

The Jumping Mouse Dice Game

To play this game you will need the tjm dice and tjm graph and twenty five markers, I am using feathers.

This game is for five players. Each player picks an animal from the graph. A sixth player may be used to roll the dice each time or the five may take turns. A player earns a marker only when they roll their own animal. They may not get a marker for another player rolling their animal. If they roll the grass, they must give back one marker. The winner is the first player to fill all of their squares on the graph with markers.

I hope that you enjoy this game.

spelling board game

Since I can't post a word document here. I will copy and paste the directions for you. Feel free to save them in your own document form.
The Spelling Word Board Game

To play this game you will need to print and laminate both the board and the blank cards. You will also need to have at least one dry erase marker to play this game. You may pick how you want the order of players to go, I use youngest to oldest. Each player picks a color and has one free square with a star or stars in it. In order to win the game the player must spell all of their 15 spelling words correctly and mark all of their color of squares with a star or something (not everyone can make stars).

On their turn, the player is given a spelling word. They must write it on one of their four blank cards. If they spell it correctly, they mark their color of square. If they spell it incorrectly, they must turn that card over and respell that word again later. For older kids, if you have all four of your cards turned over with misspelled words, you are out. When all of the colored squares are marked, I give out small rewards such as five extra minutes at a favorite activity card.