Is it just here in Kansas City that kiddos are generally CRAZY about 2 things… Angry Birds and Phineas and Ferb. They think the step-brothers, their projects, tattling sister, secret Agent P (Perry the Platypus) and show are HILARIOUS! After many requests for P&F, I had a mini-pun pop in my head. Ferb and Verb rhyme… PERFECTION! So, without further ado…. Phineas and Verb:
This is a card game with 2 available levels. Level one is a sentence about Phineas or Ferb which contains a past tense verb (irregular). There are 3 choices provided. I find that this works best with 1st-2nd grades. Level 2 contains a sentence about Phineas or Ferb which contains an irregular past tense verb as well. However, in Level 2, the student is only provided the present tense verb and must correctly change it to fit in the sentence. There are also Perry/Agent P cards, Dr Doofenshmirtz lose all cards, and Candace Lose a turn cards. The object of the game is to have the most cards in your deck.As usual, there are two links provided. One, of course, is the free document. However, as taking time to create and post materials adds up, I’ve begun uploading some documents to “Teachers Pay Teachers”. If you are willing to “purchase” that version instead of the freebie, I would greatly appreciate it. If not, the freebie is available to you as well. Either way, thanks for coming to visit Sublime Speech!
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