Roll a 6!

Did you ever play the Chocolate Game? It was a very popular birthday party game when I was at primary school. You would take turns rolling a die. If you rolled a 6 you would dress up in a silly costume & then use a knife & fork to cut & eat from a block of chocolate. It was a noisy, fast paced game, and we all loved it! This is NOT that game but reminds me a little of it. Roll a 6! Equipment Each group will need: - 1 piece of paper - 1 die - 1 pencil How to Play - Divide class into groups of 4 or 5 - Hand out equipment needed - Students sit in a circle - Students take turns rolling the die - If they roll a 6 they start writing the numbers 1 - 100 on the piece of paper. -

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Shower Curtain Game Board

I love using plastic curtains or tablecloths in the classroom because they are so easy to set up, move around & store! I've used them for bulletin boards, to section off areas like a reading corner, to cover tables for messy work & also to make giant game boards. Game boards can be easily folded up & stored away in your relief teaching bag! To make the game board: - Buy a cheap, light coloured shower curtain. This one was only $5 from The Reject Shop. - Draw a 7x4 grid with a thick black marker. I just followed the fold lines, I didn't use a ruler. - Cut clear, plastic sleeve protectors in half. - Tape the plastic sleeves in each rectangle. - Cut A4 sized paper in half & write your review questions, math problems or sight words on the bits of paper. - Place them in the

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