The material that we are going to use for this game is:
- He I learn to read in cursive . This briefcase includes letter cards, word cards that we call self-dictation, and picture cards. They all fit easily together.
- Cardboard lectern. Simply by folding a piece of cardboard in the shape of a triangle, we will be able to support the chips without the rivals seeing them.
We can play from 2 to 5 players.
We will separate the yellow cards that contain drawing and we will put them in the center of the table. The rest of the chips will go face down to one side of the table. We remove the self-dictation tokens (yellow) since we will not use them for this game.
Each player will take 10 letter tiles and place them on their easel. Remember that these pieces have a self-correcting system, a mark that must be placed at the bottom, and that allows the child to be sure that the letter is placed that way.
Once the child has placed and observed the letters that have been touched, the game begins.
The objective of the game is to be able to form the words that define the drawings that we have in the center of the table. Each time a player completes a word, they will take it and keep it by their side. The player who completes the most words with his drawing wins.
If the player whose turn it is cannot put any words, the turn will pass and you can draw a tile from the pile for the next turn.
We can also play with the following variants :
Variants that facilitate the game : Allowing the child to place any word that describes the drawing. In other words, if the drawing is of some grapes, they will be able to search for the word grapes, fruit, wine, etc.
Variants that make the game difficult : Playing with the opposite words, that is, the child must form a word contrary to the one shown in the drawing. For example, next to the drawing of the boy, you will have to put a girl, or a girl, etc.