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Chutes & Ladders

Help develop your younger students' counting skills while having fun with Chutes and Ladders!

Playing the game gives students a chance to practice counting as they move their pieces back and forth in a repetitive nature. Plus, you're supporting their general arithmetic skills as they count how many places forward or back the snake or ladder has taken them.

Chutes and Ladders is a brilliantly simple board game fit for any age group, helping students learn as they play.

Also known as: Snakes & Ladders.

Checkers

Try this simple boredom buster with your students – Checkers!

With trial and error, students will have fun learning that actions on the board have consequences and that each action needs some clear forethought. Students need to focus and pay attention, developing their concentration skills – if they want to win, they need to learn to concentrate and focus.

Assign this template to students in pairs (try match one student who knows how to play with another who's yet to learn to test your students' ability to lead and follow).

Chess

Boost your students brain development with a simple game of chess!

Chess exercises both sides of the brain and requires a lot of “if this, then-that” scenarios, so students will have to imagine all the potential moves, alternatives and outcomes as they play.

Plus, chess is known to significantly improve visual memory and concentration, as well as reading and problem-solving skills.

Assign this template to students in pairs (try match one student who knows how to play with another who's yet to learn to test your students' ability to lead and follow).

Seating Chart | Group

Get prepped for Back-to-school with this super handy seating chart!

This blue template is designed to get your students arranged in group seating. First, place each student's name down the list on the side so that they can see which desk they've been assigned. Once students have access to this document and are happy in their seats, get them to collaborate on the document by adding a voice comment on their desk (or beside their name) introducing themselves. Now you have a way to track your students whereabouts and how to pronounce their names!

There's also space for you to add a welcome message for students to play when they open the document. Use this to introduce yourself, get excited for the year ahead, and add any important details (like how you'd like to be addressed).

Ludo

Expand your students' minds as they play with this interactive Ludo template!

Ludo is not only enjoyable for your class but helps stimulate the same area of the brain responsible for memory and complex thoughts. It also assists in developing cognitive skills like problem-solving and decision making; as well as teaching good sportsmanship, the value of taking turns, sharing, and instills the spirit of healthy competitiveness.

Assign this template in groups of four and let the good times roll.

Chinese Checkers

An easy one to pick up – teach your students Chinese Checkers with this colorful template!

Give your class a new way to entertain themselves with this board game that promotes analytical thinking, problem solving, increased memory, and good sportsmanship.

Assign this template in groups of six and let the magic happen.

Seating Chart | Pair Pods

Get prepped for Back-to school with this super handy seating chart!

This purple template is designed to get your students arranged in pair pods. First, place each student's name down the list on the side so that they can see which desk they've been assigned. Once students have access to this document and are happy in their seats, get them to collaborate on the document by adding a voice comment on their desk (or beside their name) introducing themselves. Now you have a way to track your students whereabouts and how to pronounce their names!

There's also space for you to add a welcome message for students to play when they open the document. Use this to introduce yourself, get excited for the year ahead, and add any important details (like how you'd like to be addressed).

Seating Chart | Instructions

Provide instructions on how to access and edit the seating chart template and what you want them to do!

This is especially helpful if student's aren't yet familiar with Kami, or you assign the seating charts before school officially starts. You can also provide instructions for parents here if you think your younger students might need a helping hand.

Seating Chart | Rows

Get prepped for Back-to school with this super handy seating chart!

This pink template is designed to get your students arranged in classic rows. First, place each student's name down the list on the side so that they can see which desk they've been assigned. Once students have access to this document and are happy in their seats, get them to collaborate on the document by adding a voice comment on their desk (or beside their name) introducing themselves. Now you have a way to track your students whereabouts and how to pronounce their names!

There's also space for you to add a welcome message for students to play when they open the document. Use this to introduce yourself, get excited for the year ahead, and add any important details (like how you'd like to be addressed).

Backgammon

Get your students flexing their brains with this interactive Backgammon template!

This classic game helps improve students' cognitive skills as it calls for lots of critical thinking to play and get better. There are even some studies showing that Backgammon helps players learn how to deal with stress while potentially also strengthening their immune system.

Assign this template to students in pairs (try match one student who knows how to play with another who's yet to learn to test your students' ability to lead and follow).

Seating Chart | Horse Shoe

Get prepped for Back-to-school with this super handy seating chart!

This yellow template is designed to get your students seated in a horse shoe arrangement. First, place each student's name down the list on the side so that they can see which desk they've been assigned. Once students have access to this document and are happy in their seats, get them to collaborate on the document by adding a voice comment on their desk (or beside their name) introducing themselves. Now you have a way to track your students whereabouts and how to pronounce their names!

There's also space for you to add a welcome message for students to play when they open the document. Use this to introduce yourself, get excited for the year ahead, and add any important details (like how you'd like to be addressed).

Seating Chart | Seminar

Get prepped for Back-to-school with this super handy seating chart!

This blue template is designed to get your students arranged in seminar-style seating. First, place each student's name down the list on the side so that they can see which desk they've been assigned. Once students have access to this document and are happy in their seats, get them to collaborate on the document by adding a voice comment on their desk (or beside their name) introducing themselves. Now you have a way to track your students whereabouts and how to pronounce their names!

There's also space for you to add a welcome message for students to play when they open the document. Use this to introduce yourself, get excited for the year ahead, and add any important details (like how you'd like to be addressed).