Players roll the die (2 options included) and cover that many spaces on their number chart.
The first player to fill their board is the winner!
My intention with these games was to provide meaningful interactions with parents at home.
Academic skills were not my initial goal in creating these games, but there are some academic skills included within the games.
) These August games are not only adorable, but they are perfect for students to take home and play with their families. I have 8 students in my classroom, so I have prepped 2 of each game and bagged them up for classroom use.
I’m only going to send home one game a week, so I need to make sure I stay organized and send home a different game each week.Your families are going to love this adorable board game.Students and their families take turns drawing cards and moving their bus pieces on the game board.Plus, check out this chart for recommended homework times: And that is for typical students!Bottom line, we’re giving our students too much homework!A brand new make up kit got her attention and she wants to try it on.Apply the eye shadow hues on the eyelids and make baby Barbie beautiful.Prepare the backpack for the following school day organizing the school supplies inside it.Check out baby Barbie's toys collection and separate the dolls from the stuffed animals. ) so I also include a return checklist in the take home bag.When student’s families pack up the games to return to school on Friday, they simply have to go through the items on the checklist and make sure they have been returned to the bag. Are you ready to see what’s included in the August Take Home Game bundle?