The game I found the most interesting and the one I especially remembered as a child is “It’s in the Bag”. The basic rules of this game is guessing the correct price of the lining up grocery items. The first Two bags are usually the easiest and then the rest is a bit tricky.
For my modified version i kept my focus on the my little Kindergarten group. they actually played my version and some of them got it.my version involves matching and identifying number. My version has a lot of visual aid for them to rely on.
RULES: My rules were to basically match the items from the bag with the items I lined up on the table. I mixed them around and allowed the kids I worked with to take their time.
GOAL: My goal was to see how much time the students took to figure out and match each items. I closely observed their little strategies on how to solve the problem and gave their final answers. This was another fun way to familiarize numbers in different ways.
CORE MECHANICS: to help the player, I made sure that I incorporated enough visual aid as I can. Along side the counting dots I also provided a fun image.
- Numbers 1-5 ( image of number and words)
- Images to match the numbers and words
SPACE: The player stand in front of bags with the given numbers to match the numbers in the bag.