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  • Erin Szabo

    spelling game: choose one king or queen at a time to come sit in the royal throne. they put on a crown with a little pocket in the front. put one word in the pocket, so they can't see it. the class spells the word, and the king/queen has to guess what the word was.

  • Meg LieVan

    good idea for a game: I saw one of our kindergarten teachers playing this game, and had to find a way to use it in my class. They LOVE it! We used it to review our spelling words. I choose one King or Queen at a time to come sit in the royal throne. They put on a crown with a little pocket in the front. I put one word in the pocket, so they can't see it. The class spelled the word, and the King/Queen had to guess what the word was. In Kindergarten they did it with sounds. The class said the sounds in a word, and the King/Queen had to put them together and say the word.

  • Karen Warner

    I saw one of our kindergarten teachers playing this game, and had to find a way to use it in my class. They LOVE it! We used it to review our spelling words. I choose one King or Queen at a time to come sit in the royal throne. They put on a crown with a little pocket in the front. I put one word in the pocket, so they can't see it. The class spelled the word, and the King/Queen had to guess what the word was. In Kindergarten they did it with sounds. The class said the sounds in a word, and the King/Queen had to put them together and say the word. Could also do this with a vocabulary word and the class has to give a definition, etc.

  • Kim Johnston

    The Crown Game Use it to review spelling words. Choose one King or Queen at a time to come sit in the royal throne. They put on a crown with a little pocket in the front. Put one word in the pocket, so they can't see it. The class spells the word, and the King/Queen has to guess what the word is. In Kindergarten they did it with sounds. The class said the sounds in a word, and the King/Queen had to put them together and say the word. Either way, tons of fun! Could do this with math facts too!

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  • Tiffany Colasanti

    I use these for our sight words. I also have the students make their own on sentence strips. That way they get to practice writing them and have something to take home.

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    That's a great idea! I print mine out so I have them ready to go for next year... but the kids always want to try to sneak them home! I may have to borrow your idea and have them make some crowns to take home with them to practice for their finals!

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