This is another simple, yet effective flash card game. Children of all ages love it because it uses the Tease, Tickle, Taunt method for motivation.
Lay out the cards and then implement a taunt, “You better not read more than me!”
Take turns reading a card. Make sure you implement a tease, “You can’t read that! There’s no way. It’s too hard!” If you read the card right you get to keep it. If you get it wrong you have to put it back.
Make sure your child is listening when you read a card, just in case you get one wrong.
|Opps, Audrey caught me reading the card wrong!|
Finally implement a tickle when they win and say, “You won! I told you not to do that!”
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Paula Miller says
What a great way to turn learning into something really fun!! Thanks for sharing with my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party 🙂
Annmarie Pipa says
love it!! we always played games with spelling and math..i saw the pay off before they even went to kindergarden…kids love learning, and love it even more if it fun!! this is fun.
Thanks for stopping in at “my teacher’s name is mama” it’s so wonderful to find like minded moms! May God bless your family!! I’m excited to look through your great ideas!
That’s how my youngest works. She is definitely an opposite kid. We have to say I’m going to take a shower, don’t get in before me……. Then she gets right in. It goes that way all day long. She learned to read this way too. We told her she couldn’t read certain books and waited for her to dig in.
Kendall Soto says
Great post! I featured this on this week’s kid’s co-op on my blog. You can find it here.
Amy Maze says
I could definitely stand to add some more FUN like this into our school days! Thanks for giving me ideas! I’m so glad you had a great post to link up to Trivium Tuesdays last week! Happy New Year =)
Oh, how fun!! Of course in my house I would hear, “Mommy, I told you not to tease. It is not nice.” Oh, well. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!