Hello again! We have another printable of the week for you; every week we are going to be bringing you a new one, perhaps with a little break over the summer because we all have to have time off, right?
Don’t forget to check out the other printables on the site as well, but this week we are bringing you one that should help to keep the kids entertained if you have any holiday time coming up, like we do here in the U.K.
This is a really simple game, which you can make more complicated for older children with a few tweaks. You can also use it to help with word recognition, by using the playing cards as word flash cards, and you could even use the cards to teach the words to younger children as well.
How to play What’s in the Bag? (2+ players)
1. Cut out the cards provided below. Laminate them all beforehand if you can, so that they last longer
2. You can also create your own cards to add to the game. Either use a dry wipe marker on the laminated cards, or you can just re-print the blank pages as you need them
3. Find a non-see through bag, and place all your cards into it
4. Get one player to draw out a card from the bag and either you have to guess what it is by asking them questions OR make sure they don’t look at it, and they hold it up so you can all see it and THEY have to ask questions about it, so they can guess what it is
5. Keep guessing until you have the answer
How to make it harder for older children
- You can only ask questions which can be answered with a ‘Yes’ or a ‘No’
- Limit the number of questions that can be asked about the object, e.g. 20 questions, or even as few as five if you are feeling really clever!
That’s it – your game for this week :-D. We hope you have found this useful, do come back next week for another spot of printable fun.
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