Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Speech Card Game: Speech Stick Match

When I was making the T/K Minimal Pairs Card Set I also made a Minis version and used them to make a game I call Speech Stick Match.





Setup:
Print minis.
Cut them out. Trim very close around the pictures.
Glue or tape onto the ends of Jumbo Craft sticks.
Put stickers or marker in dots on the backs of about 5 of the sticks.

How to play:
  1. (Optional) Begin by showing all the sticks to the children and sorting them into their rhymes/minimal pairs. Let the children take turns choosing their favorites until 10 pairs have been chosen. Put those 10 pairs picture side down into a cup.
  2. Have the children take turns pulling out five sticks at a time. They say the word (or use it in a phrase or sentence). If they have any matches they get to keep the pair. Put any non-matches back in the cup. If they pull at least one stick with a sticker on it they get another turn. Then play moves to the next child.
  3. When all the matches have been found and the cup is empty the child with the most pairs wins.






Other Card Set Activity and Game Suggestions

  1. 10 Card Set Game and Activity Ideas
  2. Simple Speech Card Puzzles
  3. Speech Card Stories
  4. Speech Card Caterpillar
  5. Speech Card Game: What's Hiding?
  6. Speech Card Game: Speech Switcheroo (An Uno-Style Game)
  7. Speech Card Set Activity: Magnetic Speech Cards
  8. Speech Card Game: Speech Fours
  9. Speech Card Game: Old Maid
  10. Speech Card Set Activity: Bang!
  11. Speech Card Set Activity: What's Hiding Behind Door Number...?
  12. Speech Card Set Activity: Customizing a Homework Sheet
  13. Speech Card Set Activity: Making a Simple Sentence Flipbook

1 comment:

  1. I love the idea, but I cannot figure out what each picture picture represents. Could you also list the words for us dummies?? Like tea/key, tick/kick, etc.?

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