How to use our turn-taking games in your classroom
Taking turns is hard.
Though we know it’s the right thing to do, sometimes we’re just so excited that it becomes a little difficult!
When we take it in turns to play with toys, games and have our say, we show respect to our friends and teachers – something that makes them feel really happy. And when everyone is happy, we can all have a much nicer time playing together.
Taking turns is a crucial component of every classroom, and as such, it’s important that we provide our students with opportunities to practice it.
It doesn’t have to be stressful!
Our interactive games provide an easy and effective way to bring turn-taking into your classroom and make it a normal part of the school day.
What you need to know about our turn-taking games
Our turn-taking games can be used interactively through a computer or printed and played using dice. This gives you the option to involve the entire classroom in the game or give students the chance to play and communicate with one another in smaller groups.
Taking turns is one of Rusty’s biggest lessons and something that he now prides himself on being able to do with ease in the classroom!
If your students struggle with taking turns, why not create the process into an interactive game that they can have fun with and learn from at the same time?
Take a look at our ‘Boom Cards’ for an interactive way to bring some of the most important lessons into your classroom.