Talking Games-Introduction

I find that almost anytime I put a child in front of the classroom, the whole group listens easily and well.  (See the little guy at the front of this group?!)

These talking games usually put kids at the front of the classroom!  They require very few, if any, materials and don’t need a lot of time to play.  They can be kept short or stretched out according to the time you have.

Check out our top 5 talking games!

Answer.Question-Speaking Version

Penny Game

Fill in the Blank-Rhyme

Spin-Describe-Guess

Taboo

You may also want to check out our fun whiteboard games where the kids are writing!

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