There are many versions of this game. I have made my own slightly altered version of it and I am happy for anyone to print it out and use it :0)
I have kept the 'rules' of the game very open - I like the idea of being able to set the parameters depending on the class that I have. I can see this being a nice way to end a school term!
Love this! Art game is a great extension for Miro project..ReplyDelete
Thanks Rina, I still have to try it out in my classroom :-)ReplyDelete
I taught the Miro lesson (from Deep Space Sparkle) to my kinders today. I used your handout to model all the features (although I skipped the dice!). 100% success - 5 year olds can easily draw those lines and shapes.Delete
I made the original Roll-a-Miro game last school year and posted it to Pinterest. Glad to see it inspired you to make a similar one - love the shapes and lines you made better than my own :) Cheers, Susan Martin (Susan "Artin" on Pinterest)ReplyDelete
Hi Susan, thanks so much for letting me know where it came from - and for making the original! It's been a big hit with my students that have played it :0)Delete
I translated/adapted this into spanish to use with an art unit we're doing in my class on critiques. So excited for my students to use it! Thanks!ReplyDelete
Awesome - great to hear that it is useful! :0)Delete
Thanks a lot for the document! To use it with my students who speak french, I do the document in french here: http://maitresseecline.eklablog.com/musette-souricette-joan-miro-a108030450ReplyDelete
I hope it's not a problem for you!
No problem at all, Celine. I'm glad you like it :0)Delete
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Danke für die tolle Vorlage Chani.ReplyDelete
Ich hatte heute viel Freude damit und daran
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