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Make Your Own Board Game

Why create and play original games? Kids think analytically and improve organization skills!

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gingerbread board game and lots more ideas for Gingerbread theme

Gingerbread Man Theme | Preschool | Kindergarten | Pre-K Pages
  • Bianca Pelluchon

    hi pam i was wondering if you could make a Narnia The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe because i am doing this assingment and i need to make a Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe board game that would be great if you could :) :) :) :) :) :)

  • Bianca Pelluchon

    i just need a idea

  • Bianca Pelluchon

    it would not be cheating my teacher sai dit is fine

DIY board game for kids: great suggestions for spelling games or math. Could be adapted to feelings and used in play therapy.

DIY spelling board game - NurtureStore

How do you feel? - board game worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

How do you feel? - board game

Simple game to make for kids inspired by The Very Hungry Caterpillar book! File Folder Game: Fun Caterpillar Game

File Folder Game: Fun Caterpillar Game - Kids Activities Blog

Feelings and Coping Parking Lot From Therapeutic Interventions Blog,

Therapeutic Interventions: Feelings Parking Lot
  • Carly [Therapeutic Interventions]

    Thanks for pinning this, Pam! I love your work and appreciate all of your posts and resources you share! -Carly Collins, author of Therapeutic Interventions

  • Pam Dyson

    Carly, it's a great idea and one I wanted to share with my followers. Keep up the good work!

Board game templates - customizable

Board Games and Templates | esl-lounge Premium
  • Lady Jewels

    I like these boards, but you have to be a paying member to download the template. Do you know of any that are free?

Bean Bag Knock Down Game - Frugal Fun For Boys
  • Pam Dyson

    I just know there's a way to adapt this game to play therapy. Perhaps the targets could be anxiety. What do you all think?

  • Lynette Dixon

    Love it. Have the kiddo draw a picture of something that they are fearful or anxious about & knock it down. Fabulous idea!