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“The AND Game” is a good Valentine’s language arts activity


Language Arts  


3, 4, 5  

Title – The “AND” Game
By – Dylan Wagner
Primary Subject – Language Arts
Grade Level – 3-5

This games makes you think, read, speak in front of others, and just have a good time!
It also makes a fun Valentine’s Day activity.

Print 2 copies of the “AND” list at the bottom of these instructions. One for an answer sheet. The other, cut the beginning word and “and” apart, fold each, and place in a hat. Have one student draw a folded piece of paper and read the words aloud. Example – “Macaroni and ….” Have the students that think they know the answer raise their hand and the “reader student” call on one of them to answer. If they answer correctly – “…and cheese”, they are the next to draw, read aloud, and choose someone to answer their “and” phrase. Play continues until all are answered. I think there are 80 sets here, but you are welcome to add your own.

Romeo and Juliet

Peanut butter and jelly

Cat and mouse

Coloring book and crayons

Hamburger and French fries

Hugs and kisses

The moon and stars

Reading and writing

Bat and ball

Cup and saucer

Bacon and eggs

Pencil and paper (or eraser)

Bread and butter

Table and chair

TV and VCR (or DVD)

Bed and breakfast

Black and white

Coat and tie

Heaven and Earth

Jack and Jill

Nuts and bolts

Salt and pepper

Sticks and stones

Thunder and lightning

Tom and Jerry

Tweedledee and Tweedledum

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse

Donald duck and Daisy Duck

Winnie the Pooh and Piglet

Lilo and Stitch

Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket

Prince Charming and Cinderella

Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Buzz and Woody

Burt and Ernie

Bees and honey

Bambi and Thumper

Bow and arrow

Barbie and Ken

Batman and Robin

Chip and Dale

Chips and dip

The Road-Runner and Coyote

Dorothy and Toto

Hansel and Gretel

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

King and Queen

Wallace and Grommet

Song and dance

Lois Layne and Clark Kent (or Superman)

Peter Pan and Wendy

Lady and the Tramp

Robin Hood and Maid Marion

Beauty and the Beast

Timon and Pumba

Pocahontas and John Smith

Macaroni and cheese

Cake and ice cream

Socks and shoes

Shirt and pants

Chutes and ladders

Spaghetti and meatballs

Surf and turf

Coat and hat

Scarf and mittens (or gloves)

Green eggs and ham

Desk and chair

Milk and cookies

Jack and the beanstalk

Hammer and nail

Washer and dryer

Pots and pans

Raggedy Anne and Andy

Dollars and cents

Arts and crafts

Shaggy and Scooby-doo

Toothbrush and toothpaste

Sugar and spice

Cream and sugar

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