The Story Telling Game
• Narrative skills- tell a fun and creative story in a game format
• Turn taking- each person adds to the story
• Encourages important literacy skills
• Also works on listening skills (tell the story back as your remember it)

IlluStory Make Your Own Story
• Make your own book kit allows children to write and illustrate their own story
• Receive a color-copied, professionally type-set book in a few short weeks
• Motivating and fun way to work on narrative skills

Scientific Explorer’s Tasty Science Chemistry in the Kitchen Set
• Cause/Effect- work on making guesses about what will happen with the experiments and also reasons why things happen (e.g., Why did the soda pop fizz?)
• Sequencing- following directions for the recipes
• Vocabulary- talk about features of what you make (e.g., sweet, sticky cupcakes)

Taboo for Kids
• Vocabulary- work on describing the words without using the taboo words
• Turn taking- needs four or more players
• Social skills- work on playing in teams of two, work together to describe and guess words

Mad Science Bubble Experiment Lab
• Cause/Effect- work on making inferences or “guesses” before and after the experiments
• Older kids love bubbles too!
• Vocabulary- describe features of experiments
• Sequencing- follow steps of experiments

Headbanz for Kids
• Vocabulary- Work on describing common things, ask questions about categories
• Inference- make guesses as to what your headband is by asking questions
• Social Skills- take turns, ask questions to friends
• Similar to the twenty-questions type game but a fun twist is that you “wear” your answer

Action Verbs Jingo
• Inference skills- make guesses after hearing the clue read aloud
• Grammar/syntax- make sentences with the action words, work on parts of speech and complex sentence structure
• Social skills- work on turn taking, can be played with three or more players
• Check out a variety of other J-I-N-G-O game themes such as ones for holidays, other themes and curriculum content areas

Charades for Kids
• Vocabulary- work on describing things without using words
• Social – pretend play; turn taking, reading non-verbal messages
• Following directions- read directions and explain them to friends
• Good for children who have a hard time reading non-verbal cues and emotions

Mystery Garden Game
• Similar to a twenty questions type game
• Vocabulary- work on describing things on the game board
• Inference- ask questions to determine what secret picture your partner has
• Social Skills- take turns, ask questions to friends, can also work in teams

Guess Where Game
• Similar to Guess Who Game but more complex
• Inference- ask questions to figure out which characters are in what rooms (e.g., Are there any animals downstairs? Is mom in the kitchen?)

Guess Who? Game
• Inference- Ask questions to figure out partner’s secret character (e.g., Is yours wearing a hat?)
• Vocabulary – work on adjectives (e.g., Does yours have red cheeks?)
• Following directions – read the rules and then explain them to friends