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Breakfast Bonanza: Four Fun High Frequency Word Game Using Breakfast Foods!
Four different high frequency games with fun breakfast foods. Your kiddos are sure to love it!
I have included instructions for four different High Frequency Word Games that can be played with these fun breakfast words.
Splat: Students flip over the breakfast foods and read the words. If they flip over a splat card they have to empty their plate. The player with most words on their plate at the end of the game wins.
Breakfast flips: Students flip over the breakfast foods and read the words. If they are correct they place it on their plate
Speedy Chef: Cards are placed face up on the floor. One player is the caller and calls out a word. Players race to find that word card. The first player to find it places it on their plate. The players with the most cards at the end of the game is the winner.
Spin a Meal: Players take turns spinning the spinner. If they land on a waffle, they find a waffle with a word on it and read it. If they can read the word correctly they get to keep it. If they are incorrect they put the word back.
Included in this set: - instructions for the four games - 150+ grade 1 high frequency words on different breakfast food (bacon, sausage, eggs, pancakes, orange juice and waffles) - a spinner - 6 different coloured plates for piling the students food words on - calling cards for short order cook - black line version is included as well.
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Welcome to the Emmy Mac Shop! I'm so excited to be part of such a great site. My name is Emily. I am a first grade teacher from Ontario, Canada. I have been teaching for over 10 years now. I have taught everything from grade 8 to kindergarten...but my one true love is grade 1. I am the mother of two little girls. My oldest daughter is in grade 3 and my youngest is in grade 1. Watching them grow and learn has helped me as a teacher. I really strive to make learning fun!