Game for Learning by Cathie Baier

cmbaier@comcast.net Minnesota Catholic Home Educator’s Conference Saturday, May 29, 2010 Must Have Supplies: File Folders (colored one are nice!) Index Cards Dice Markers, Counters or Game Pieces Scissors Markers Glue Nice to Have Supplies: Circle Stickers (white and colored) Fun Decorative Stickers Clear Contact Paper or a Laminator Brads Rug yarn or nylon cord Types of Games: Board games File folder games Bingo/Lotto/Jingo type games Wrap-up/Manipulative games Poster Board Ruler Paper Punch Glue Stick Zip Lock Bags Clear Duct Tape or Weather Stripping Tape Old workbooks or coloring books Paper Clips Plastic page protectors vis-à-vis or Dri-Erase Markers Paper cutter Tic/Tac/Toe & strategy games Search games Dice/Spinner Games Card Games

Recommended Resources: Games…Tools for Learning by Mark and Janice Vreeland (Seminar Workbook) Games for Learning by Peggy Kaye Games for Math by Peggy Kaye Games for Reading by Peggy Kaye Games for Writing by Peggy Kaye How to Get Your Child off the Refrigerator and on to Learning by Carol Barnier Recommended Web Sites: http://www.spellarama.com/ http://www.scholastic.com/kids/homework/flashcards.htm http://www.webeans.net/hutt/ffgames.htm http://www.mes-english.com/games.php http://www.internet4classrooms.com/teachertools.htm#game http://edweb.sdsu.edu/courses/edtec670/Cardboard/CardboardCognition.html Remember: Use what you have already. Kids can make all the supplies - it helps them learn! (And it can count as Art, Copy Work, etc.) Color code your flashcards by child or grade for easy sorting and storing.

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