Are you ready for Christmas?? More than likely, the kids are!! This is the perfect game to keep them busy while they wait for Christmas to get here.
Waiting on Christmas is a family game that will keep the kids busy at night or on weekends. It could also be used in the classroom when work is completed or altered with the blank cards for a specific skill.
Players work their way around the board by rolling the die that’s provided. Along the way, they may land on a present that could help….or hinder….them after they draw a card, read it aloud, and follow the directions on the card. There are blank cards provided, so a skill could be added for practice during class. Everything but the player tokens is provided with this file folder game.
Oh, and there’s a special area on the game board where the kids can write in how many days until Christmas with a dry erase marker (if the board is laminated or covered in clear contact paper/shelf liner).
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Here’s a peek at some of the parts of this game….
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