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  • Laura Seale

    Slap Words! The game is simple. I put our vocabulary words on different colored sheets of tag board. (That way if a word gets mixed up with another stack, it's easy to spot.) Words cards lie on top of table face up. I call out a word. Person to find it first slaps their hand down on top of the card, then takes the card and puts it to the side in "their pile". Person with the most words wins! Could work with math problems too!

  • Janeice Martinez

    Slap! Call out a word and first person to slap it, adds it to their pile..... vocabulary, sight words, math facts... so many possibilities! Sight word game

  • Sophia Yancy

    Word Slap Game. Slap! Call out a word and first person to slap it, adds it to their pile..... vocabulary, sight words, math facts... so many possibilities!

  • Alyse Cordova

    Slap Words! The game is simple. I put our vocabulary words on different colored sheets of tag board. (That way if a word gets mixed up with another stack, it's easy to spot.) Words cards lie on top of table face up. I call out a word. Person to find it first slaps their hand down on top of the card, then takes the card and puts it to the side in "their pile". Person with the most words wins! Sight word game literacy

  • Deena Smith

    Slap Words! The game is simple. Put vocabulary words on different colored sheets of paper. (This way if a word gets mixed up with another stack, it's easy to spot.) Words cards lie on top of table face up. Teacher calls out a word. Person to find it first slaps their hand down on top of the card, then takes the card and puts it to the side in "their pile". Person with the most words wins! - vocabulary. Could modify for multiplication facts!

  • Misty Nassar

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Slap! Call out a word and first person to slap it, adds it to their pile….. vocabulary, sight words, math facts… so many possibilities!

Checkout this great post on Kindergarten Lesson Plans!

Cute idea! She cut dots out and adhered them to a poster board and laminated the whole thing. She uses a Vis a Vis marker (but dry erase would work, too) and has an instant gameboard for sight words (playing "Swat") or just about anything else you can think of. I think it would be great for math facts, too....call out a problem and see who swats the right answer first!

In this card game students practice reading sight words and they try not to get skunked! A great TpT freebie...

Write sight words on the hands and give them a "high five" throughout the day.

Come Together Kids: BANG! ( A fun flashcard game ) Really great to learn sight words, numbers, letters, vocabulary words, math problems. Can use this in various amounts and ages :)

Free!!! 20+ page fun snowman SLAP! - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Take Home Sight Words Book Free PDF teaching-ideas

My favorite sight word game to play with the kids is BANG!!! My kids DIE for this game and BEG me to play it. Whatever helps ‘em learn, I’m all about it. I’m sure you guys play this in your own room, but just incase you don’t, check it out for yourself!

FREE from Kindergarten Whale Tales on TpT. These words just keep "poppin" up! This game can instantly be incorporated into your classroom. It can be used in literacy centers, daily 5, or whole class. The sight words that are included are: no, in, he, love, we,