A flash card relay is a good way to get things going at the beginning of a small group lesson. The group divides up into two teams and each team chooses a leader. Both teams line up and the leaders stand about 10 feet away from the team lines. Each player quickly walks (or uses some other type of locomotion) up to the leader who shows him a flash card. If the student responds correctly he takes the card, returns to the line, taps the next player in line and goes to the end. If the response is incorrect he returns to the line empty-handed. The first team to run out of cards wins.
Use this game when you are reviewing skills previously mastered. It is not appropriate for children who are just learning a skill.
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