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    Who, what, where dice games

    I just wrote this letter but I think I sent it to the wrong place...

    I found some interesting dice games at A set of dice with the questions who, what, where, why , when and how printed on them. Does anyone know of some games these can be used for in groups? Can anyone lead me to a site with games of this nature?
    Thank you
    Cynde in Finland

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    Re: Who, what, where dice games

    I would probably pair the Wh-di with another actualy di and let the students play a board game on any snakes and ladders type game board. They would roll both dice and if it comes up what and 4 they have to ask someone a what question and then they get to move ahead 4 spaces.

    You don't really need a wh-di. You can just assign a wh-woed to numbers and when it comes up the students must use that word in a question.

    So if the student rolls 3-2, they would make a question with why and move ahead 2 spaces.

    websites with games: FREE games, flash cards, projects. no registration/no spam free worksheet creator and clipart but you have to register free but you have to register

    I hope that helps.

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