Snow Fun Board Game -
Includes a game board and 63 snow
question cards (ranging from easy to difficult in skill level).
Snowman Interactive Story -
the book and snowman parts that students can add as the story is
Snowman Battle -
Includes playing cards and extra game
cards unique to this battle game!
- This game contains
four game boards and corresponding picture cards. It is a great way to teach
seasonal vocabulary and spatial concepts.
Gingy the Gingerbread Game
- Each player receives a
game board & disassembled Gingy. During this simple dice
game, players take turns rolling the die and collecting the corresponding
The first player to
build Gingy the Gingerbread Man wins the game.
Use this game for
teaching/reinforcing naming body parts, numbers 1-6, part to
whole concept, and turn taking skills.
Winter Barrier Game
- This game can be
used as a simple naming game for younger students and can also be
used as a more advanced barrier game for older students. Use this
game to target
auditory processing, following directions, understanding & using
spatial concepts, requesting clarification, and describing skills.
Polar Freeze Battle Game
- This game includes the playing cards
and a "Meet the Animals" fact sheet. Talk about the different types
of animals that inhabit the north and south poles while playing this
winter battle game! Learn the animals' names, where they live and
what they eat.
Barrier Game -
This barrier game provides an opportunity to improve their speech
skills as well as their language skills. Students must listen and
give instructions while playing. Also included are 24 question cards
that address winter topics (winter clothing, Olympics, weather,
Winter Grid Games
- This game set includes 4 different grid games. Print as many as
needed to accommodate your students. Game boards include: Hats,
Coats, & Winter Mittens; Polar Bears, Eskimos, & More!; Penguins,
Walruses, & Seals, Oh My!; and Gingerbread and Friends.
of the Penguins -
This fun board game includes the game board and nine penguin game
markers. Your students will enjoy trying to get their penguins to
the South Pole.