Donna Young's Homeschool Resources and Printables Extra Activities :: supersubstituteteachers.com *Riddles and Brain Teasers* It is great to have an assortment of riddles, word or number problems, and brain teasers on hand that you can give to the class. You can use these during snack time to keep everyone quietly seated, during small breaks during the day, and even at the end of the day to wind down. You can also write some on the board (more difficult ones) at the beginning of the day, and let the students know that they can think about them throughout the day, and the first to come up with the correct answer will get a prize. *Pictionary* This is great game to purchase so that you can use the cards for a game in class. *Draw a Picture On The Board* Draw a simple picture on the board (a square, a circile, a straight line). *Extra Work Sheets* Have puzzles, colouring sheets, word searches, cross words and find the hidden picture sheets available for students to do when they finish their assigned work. *Check For Computer Lab Time* *Create a Scavenger Hunt* *Higher or Lower* *Show and Tell*
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