The boys have been really into Uno the past few weeks and I had an idea to make an Uno style review game. I know Royal is going to love it!
This review game covers A-J and also includes Skip, Draw Two, and Wild cards.
The rules – every player starts with 7 cards. The rest of the cards are placed in a pile face down, with one flipped over for the start of the game. Player 1 plays a card from his/her hand that is either the same color or same letter as the turned card. If no cards can be played, draw 1 from the pile.
Continue going back and forth until someone has one card left. That player needs to say ‘Uno’. A player can win by putting down all cards in their hand.
Leo Lionni is a favorite author of authors. We don’t own a lot of his books, but the ones that we do own are read over and over and over again.
We decided to check out a new book this month, and stumbled upon Inch by Inch. I loved it immediately and the boys enjoyed it too!
We decided to see how many things we could find around the house that were 1in long. I made these cute little Inchworm Rulers to help us out. All 3 boys got a ruler, and then we set out to find our inch things.
Baloo found a pumpkin counter…
Royal had to try a few lego blocks before finding one that was just the right size.
And we kept going!
Once we filled up one ruler we decided to stop. 10 things was enough! The boys continued to go around measuring things with their rulers though.
We had quite a bit of fun with this book and I think it’s going to be making it’s way into our permanent collection!
If you want to participate in the Virutal Book Club link up, just follow these simple steps: 1. Pick your favorite Leo Lionni book and share it with your children and/or class! (Feel free to comment here with which book you’ve chosen!) 2. Create an activity, craft, recipe, project etc! Do it and take pictures! 3. Come back and share it with us! The blog hop will be live for 3 weeks so share anytime in those 3 weeks!
Whats in the pack? Kinder: 3 part cards, Reading Comprehension, Math Mysteries, Tractor Addition, Tractor Graphing, Read and Write Cards, Tractor Maze, Tractor SuDoKu, Which is Different?, How Many Tractors? Beginning Sounds, Missing Numbers, What Time is It?, Color by Addition, Math with Tractors, 4 Part Puzzle, How many ways can you make 10?, Stamping, What Comes Next, Skip Counting by 10 Puzzle