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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

My Latest Scoot Game

Since I teach kindergarten, first grade, and second grade (not at the same time!) my kindergartners have been begging me to make a Scoot game for them to play. My first and second graders have been bragging to them about how much fun the game is. Well, I aim to please, so I created a game for them and for my first graders, too. It's my new Beginning Sounds Scoot. The children need to identify the first letter in each of the words. It looks like this:


If you are interested in purchasing this game, please click on the picture above to get more information. I have lots of other Scoot games, so feel free to check those out, as well. My students played it today and had such a good time. The game comes with directions if you don't know how to play. I would love to give the game to the first person to comment so I could get some feedback. I know you can't leave feedback at TpT, but if you would please let me know here on my blog what you think, I would really appreciate it. Thanks so much!

I also wanted to let you all know how I excited I am to be a guest blogger at Kindergarten Lifestyle! Next Thursday, on April 12, I'll be blogging all about my writing classes. I'm REALLY looking forward to it! Click below to visit this wonderful blog!

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7 comments:

  1. This looks cute!

    Jennifer
    jenniferlalsip(at)yahoo(dot)com
    The First Grade Dream

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  2. Shoot!
    my kiddos love scott

    This is very cute and is very engaging for my kiddos

    pocketofkinders@gmail.com

    MS. Patterson

    congrats jennifer

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    1. Thanks so much! Scoot is like the answer to my prayers. LOL!

      Lori
      Teaching With Love and Laughter

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  3. I have not played scoot with my kiddos but I can't wait to try it out! It sounds so fun!

    ❤ Sandra
    Sweet Times in First
    sweettimesinfirst@gmail.com

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    1. The best part about it, Sandra, is that the children don't realize they are practicing a skill. The game moves really fast and they have to concentrate in order to keep up with the pace. Have fun playing!

      Lori
      Teaching With Love and Laughter

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  4. SO fun! I taught second for years and we played Scoot quite often and they never tire form it. I have never thought to use it with my kinders. Thanks for creating a kinder friendly Scoot game. :)

    Erica

    Sprinkles to Kindergarten

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