This post might make you say… duh. I spent all of last year telling my kids to put their articulation cards back down. I mean daily. Don’t pile them on your head, don’t put them in your mouth, take them out of Zach’s ear, don’t stack them into a tower. Then it hit me…. DON’T FIGHT IT!!!! (well… the tower part anyway) It turns out building card towers had my kids begging for more words. I’m sure all of you do this but WHYYYY did it take me a year to let them do this? We are having lots of fun in my room trying to stack them high and wide. And if they bump the table, they get to say them all over as they re-build! What fun! Out to the sunshine while it lasts!
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I love this!
I have some groups who only want to build with the cards. I’ve mostly learned to embrace it, except… I need away to get past the “Drew Stop Shaking The Table” followed by “I’m NOT shaking the table”, then someone intentionally shakes the tables and all the towers fall.