12 Days of Speech! Day 4: Get Green Lantern the Ring of Power! - PresenceLearning

If Only I Had Super PowersIt’s Day 4 of our “12 Days of Speech” activities campaign  and we have a fun one! Whether your child is a fan of the Green Lantern (or you or your spouse is a fan of Ryan Reynolds) this game of minimal pairs will be entertaining to say the least.

Grade Levels: Pre-K – 3rd Grade

Lesson Focus: Practice W/L

What You Need:

  • Green Lantern Minimal Pair Cards
  • Green Lantern Cards
  • Glue
  • Laminator

Activity Preparation:

  • Step 1: Print out 1-2 sets of minimal pair cards.
  • Step 2: Print out 3-6 sets of Green Lantern cards.
  • Step 3: Cut into rectangles and glue the Green Lantern sides onto the backs of the minimal pair sides (so kids cannot see through).
  • Step 4: Laminate the cards

Directions (How to Play!):

  • Use just one set. Shuffle all the cards together and put in center of the table.
  • Take turns drawing the cards and saying the words.
  • If you get a SMASH then lose a card.
  • If you get a RING OF POWER then take an extra turn.
  • Have fun!

Blogger Spotlight: If Only I Had Super Powers

Day 4

This fun activity is courtesy of the great blogger, CC, behind the blog, “If Only I had Super Powers.” This blog is a longtime favorite from parents to SLPeeps seeking insight, tips, and fun activities (like this one!).

 

Remember we are only on Day 4 of our “12 Days of Speech” campaign which means there are more activities to come! Let us know what you think of these activities in the comments below. 

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 Source: If Only I Had Super Powers

 

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