Tell them when you are ready and let the mad scramble begin!
After they find them, have them each take a turn telling you what is on their flashcards.
|“What does “T” say, Emma?”|
Whoever finds and reads the most can take a turn hiding them. I like to reward my
pirates children with Popsicle Sticks. However, the reward can be as simple as getting a turn to hide the flashcards.
Keep the game fresh and exciting by creating new scenarios.
Enter your email address:
Delivered by FeedBurner
Diane Roark says
Very cute game! Blessings Always, Diane Roark http://www.recipesforourdailybread.com
Thanks for stopping by the blog! I love this idea and will be adding it to my ideas for Moriah when she gets a little older! I’m so excited to hear that you all are interested in adoption and look forward to hearing where the Lord leads you! Let me know if you ever have any questions!
This is such an interesting game for kids, my son plays games with flashcard too, but he play it on my phone with app by Superflashcard. He plays with their vocabulary flashcards, sometime I create special cards to teach him. He loves matching game spelling game.
Vanessa @ See Vanessa Craft says
So cute, I love this idea!I’d love for you to link this post up to Tot School Tuesday: http://seevanessacraft.com/2012/09/tot-school-tuesday-the-very-hungry-caterpillar/
Kylie @ Octavia and Vicky says
Very cute 🙂 My daughter (2 years 9 months) is starting to get very interested in letters and what they mean/say/represent. This could be a fun way to explore it more with her.
Shaunna @ Fantastic Fun and Learning says
This game is a regular in our house. My kids love searching for the cards all over. Right now we play with letter cards, shape cards, and color cards. We also play when we are starting a new unit study. I will hide cards with pictures related to the unit. Then when we have all of the cards we will make predictions about what we will learning about in that unit.
This idea makes flash card activity much more fun….who wants to just sit and read them off? Not my grandkids! Thanks for an idea I’ll be using very soon!
rebecca at thisfineday says
Great idea! I keep trying to come up with fun ways to practice sight words. We’ll definitely work this into the rotation. Pinning now! 🙂