Miss Farah

Rewarding Students with a game of UNO

Posted on: November 6, 2009


At the end of each week i reward my students a period of cards and games. Here we are playing UNO. I had these cards at home and i wasn't even using them, so i thought i'd take them to class and teach this game to my kids. You'd think it's no beneficial but in fact it is! It teaches matching colors, recognizing numbers, taking turns, and strengthens their thinking skills. They love this game and they look forward to it especially after a full week of studying.
At the end of each week i reward my students a 50 minute time of cards and games. Here we are playing UNO. I had these cards at home and i wasn’t even using them, so i thought i’d take them to class and teach this game to my kids. You’d think it’s not beneficial but in fact it is! It teaches matching colors, recognizing numbers, taking turns, and strengthens their thinking skills. They love this game and they look forward to it especially after a full week of studying.
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2 Responses to "Rewarding Students with a game of UNO"

HI
I am an English teacher in Morocco.I am seeking correspondence for my students aged betwwen 11 and 18 .
Bouzid.

nice thing to let them do 😀

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