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Angry Birds in Action

Angry Birds in Action The Angry Birds game and spin offs have become very popular with children of all ages. Many families love to play the game together, use the board game, or decorate with Angry Birds items. Why not incorporate this pop culture phenomenon into speech lessons? App Appreciation Time If you have access to an iPad or a computer, the Angry Birds apps are free to access. On computers, you can add the Angry Birds app within Chrome and there are a number of fun and free Angry Birds apps for the iPad. This month the seasons version with Valentine's Day theme could be a fun addition and different for children. Make up rules for play.

  • If you knock over 1 pig, you must use a word in a sentence.
  • Knock over two pigs you need to tell me two words that use the /ch/ sound.
  • Older children can describe their strategy as they play. Make verbs a focus, or descriptive words. Whatever you are addressing can easily fit into this plan.
Of course, if you are playing with multiple children you can have kids create their own special Angry Bird with paper and coloring items. They can then practice sharing about their Angry Birds after with the group. Kids can also answer question about their knowledge of the Angry Birds game. Have them explain the game, tell you about each of the birds, why they like the game, and so on. Read More »