Our “Language in a Bag” Toolkit for Language Game Creation

We have created a toolkit for the creation of language games: “Language in a Bag”. This toolkit will allow you to create a broad range of different language games with materials that are easy to create, lightweight, robust, and flexible.

We already have a Poster for the toolkit and below are some pictures and links to game descriptions for some of the games that can be played with it. More downloadable and printable pictures and detailed descriptions will follow regularly on our blog and we will tweet about uploads via @LanguageGames4a. We will also post new photos, ideas, and some inspiration for your own games on a Pintrest page and on Instagram..

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Part-of-Puzzle

Picture Pairing, “Memory” version

Puzzle Board

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