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Peek at my Week-Game ON!

February 15 Deedee 1 min read

William Glasser, in his book, The Quality School, says that individuals are motivated by the need for fun! Things like kindergarten printable learning games can fit this need perfectly!

Yes, describes me!
Maria Tate, in her book,  Worksheets Don’t Grow Dendrites, recommends using games as a strategy for growing students’ brains!
We can do that!
So I say!   GAME! ON!
We use games all day long!
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 The big foam dice can be found HERE.

Snap cubes can be found HERE.

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 In our “dessert tub” for early finishers- Snowman Math Work Stations
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 Spinners are available HERE.
Click here to see all of my  CVC word games
Click here to see all of my Math Work Stations
Click here to see all of my Just Roll With It-Easy Prep games
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4 Comments

  • Elizabeth Hall February 15 at 5:24 pm

    Love all of those games!

  • Nicole Hoel February 17 at 1:26 pm

    I happened upon your blog while searching for literacy activities for my Kindergarten Methods class. Your blog is so inviting, upbeat and full of great ideas. Thank you for sharing all of them. I love how all of your centers are filled with games and fun. I imagine your students really enjoy the creative ideas you have and are developing a love to learn because of it! I am also looking forward to checking out the two books you recommended at the beginning of your blog. Thank you again for such an encouraging site!

    • Deedee February 17 at 2:25 pm

      You are welcome!!! We are actually going to do a book study on the Marcia Tate book! It will start in about a week!

  • Nicole Hoel February 17 at 1:30 pm

    I happened upon your blog while searching for literacy activities for my Kindergarten Methods class. Your blog is so inviting, upbeat and full of great ideas. Thank you for sharing all of them. I love how all of your centers are filled with games and fun. I imagine your students really enjoy the creative ideas you have and are developing a love to learn because of it! I am also looking forward to checking out the two books you recommended at the beginning of your blog. Thank you again for such an encouraging site!

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