|Everything fits nicely inside a sandwich-size Ziploc bag. So easy!|
I've designed five levels:
- Level 1: to the hour
- Level 2: to the hour and half-hour
- Level 3: to the hour, half hour, and quarter hour
- Level 4: five-minute intervals
- Level 5: one-minute intervals
In this PDF file, each level has different printable versions because everyone has different capabilities. Some of us have access to color printers, and others of us don't. So each level is provided in a black and white version as well as a color version. I usually print in black and white onto bright card stock, and I use a different color of card stock for each of my sets. It really helps keeps my sets together.
I've also created each set in business card format using Avery Business Cards (2" x 3.5"). Can you say EASY? You can grab a set of these business cards at the store for $11-$13 for 250 cards. They are durable and so stinkin' easy to pop out. NO MORE CUTTING ON THE PAPER CUTTER!!! For those of us who don't have the means to get business cards, then each set is provided in a regular format. Just print, laminate and cut out.
ALL of this (actually 26 documents) is included in your download. Woo hoo!
So how do you play ZABINGA? Cards (leveled playing cards with 4 ZABINGA cards mixed in) are placed in the middle of the group. On each player’s turn, she or he will take a card from the top of the pile and answer the question on the card. If the answer given is correct (answer keys are included in sets), the player gets to keep the card. If the answer given is incorrect, the card is placed at the bottom of the pile. If a ZABINGA card is drawn, the player must put all of the playing cards she or he has collected so far back to the bottom of the pile. The ZABINGA card is then put aside in a different stack. It is the next player’s turn. Students will continue playing until all of the playing cards from the pile are gone. The player with the most playing cards is the ZABINGA winner. Woo hoo! I've made an instructions card that fits nicely inside a sandwich-size Ziploc bag along with the playing cards. So, all your kids will need to do is grab a bag, pop a squat on the floor, and play! Yes!
Here's what the cards look like:
|This is the business card format provided in color as well as black & white formats.|
|This version is the regular format (not for business cards). It's available with color clocks or black & white.|
|For each game, just use 4 ZABINGA cards. Don't worry! The teacher directions tell you how to make game sets.|
But wait...there's more! As I was making this game, I thought these cards would be PERFECT for a game of Scoot! So, I've included some instructions for how you can play this whole class review game along with a game board. Consider this your GIFT WITH PURCHASE. If you have not played Scoot with your class, I cannot encourage you enough to give it a try! It is so much fun!