Have you ever played minute to win it games in your classroom? The games are obviously always fun, but really they can also be categorized as stem activities too! We are also practicing our fine motor skills and sorting but your little learners won’t even realize it I’m sharing 5 of our favorite Fall Minute To Win It Ideas with you.
These games are perfect to play during your fall class party. You can set up 5 different
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I’ve made table tents that you can print as well with the game’s name on them along with the game’s instructions. It’s made it so much easier when I use these in the classroom. My parent volunteers can just read the back to get the instructions and it makes things so much easier for us all. You can download them for free at the bottom of the post.
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instructions: In this game, the students will sort as many of the items in the cup as they can in one minute.
Candy Corn Stack It
bag of candy corn
Instructions: The students will see how many candy corn they can stand up in one minute.
2 leaves, they can be real leaves that are dried out or fake leaves.
Instructions: Two students will use a new straw to blow/race the leaf to the other end of the table.
A bag of candy pumpkins
2 cups per team of 2 students
Instructions: There are two students per team. Have them stand 6 feet apart. The students will try to toss as many pumpkins in the cup their teammate is holding as they can in one minute.
Buckets of Acorns
A bunch of acorns – if you don’t have acorns where you live, you could use brown pom poms.
Instructions: The students will have one minute to try and get as many acorns as they can into the empty bowl using only the tweezers.
You can download the Fall Minute To Win It Ideas game table tents below.
Do you have any other fun games you like to play?
See you next time!