Learning Games for Kids
Whole class and small group educational games for the upper elementary grades of 3rd, 4th, and 5th
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Halloween Inference Activity
Are your 2nd-4th graders convinced of their right answers without using all available text evidence? This game uses 3 clues to prompt students to make inferences about a Halloween word or character. During the game, the teacher reads the clues aloud, pausing between each clue to allow think time. All the riddles have more than one potential answer...until the third and last clue is read. Students make a final inference and cover the answer if it is on their bingo cards!
Halloween Cause and Effect Activities
Practice cause and effect with a fall and Halloween-themed bingo game! During the game, a cause is read aloud, and students cover the matching effect if it is on their card. A follow-up assessment is also included. Great October fun!
Text Structures Game
Need a fun way to practice and review nonfiction text structures in 3rd-5th? This bingo game uses sentences about spiders, horses, ships, eggs, and football to ask students to identify the text structures of cause and effect, compare and contrast, description, problem and solution, and sequence!
Halloween Figurative Language Bingo
Practice alliteration, onomatopoeia, similes, and idioms with a fun Halloween-themed figurative language bingo game! Simply print-and-play using up to 24 pre-made student cards, or read ideas on how to play digitally. Great October fun!
Distance Learning Adjective Activities FREE
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Cause and Effect Activities
32 task cards, a spinner game, and a worksheet help students identify cause and effect. The task cards use short paragraphs with 4 answer choices. The questions use reading vocabulary such as what caused, why, what happened, and because.