A Travel Game Board 
(visual/kinesthetic)

Have students work in small groups with poster paper, game pieces, colored pens, and a spinner numbered 1-6. Ask each group to make a game board with a border of twenty squares. After writing Start and Finish on the first and last squares, have students use a spelling word to write a statement and a direction in each square. Players will then take turns spinning the spinner, moving their pieces, and following the directions. The first player to move around the board wins.
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