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Make a match in this game of Concentration!
Ask students if they have ever thought about their memories. How good is one's memory? What can be done to improve one's memory? Playing matching games are fun ways to test tricks for remembering. Invite students to create a game that can be as difficult or as easy as they like. Students can use information they researched from a recent social studies or science unit to base their game on.
Students measure at least 20 small squares on heavy felt with Crayola Fabric Markers. Draw matching pairs of symbols from research on the squares. For example, if the research was focused on the American Civil War, students may choose to illustrate cannon on two squares. If the research was focused on endangered species, students may sketch examples of endangered organisms on their squares.
Fill the back of every square with the same colorful design. The game is ready to play! The game’s portable, so it can be taken anywhere.
Allow time in the school day for students to practice the game.
People around the world give thanks for their food. Celebrate a harvest of pineapples, pumpkins, or pomegranates-and sho
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