• Tara Borowicz

    Vocabulary word slap cards....teacher says a defintion then the first student to slap the card gets to keep it in their pile. Great idea for learning sight words for younger kids

  • Kim Mccoy-Parker

    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

  • Janelle McPherson

    Slap Words! I love this simple word wall game. Put sight words on different colored sheets of tag board. Lay the words cards on top of the table face up. Call out a word. The 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". The person with the most words wins! This would be great with Math facts. This could work as review for kids at home that are struggling with learning to read or with their multiplication facts!

  • Lisa Salo

    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! - great idea for math facts and sight words

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