Hey, What's the Big Idea Game | Good Sensory Learning

Erica Warren LLC Good Sensory Learning and Dyslexia Materials

  • $ 8.99 USD

Introducing "Hey, What's the Big Idea," an innovative word game developed by Dr. Erica Warren, designed to sharpen language proficiency, bolster word recall, and enhance categorization skills through engaging educational gameplay. This game serves as a powerful tool not only for learning but also for applying the essential concepts of main ideas and supporting details—core components crucial for mastering both reading and writing skills.

Upon selecting a topic card from one of three designated skill levels, participants are challenged to jot down as many details as possible within a two-minute window. The strategic organization of these details under a main idea not only earns additional points but also mimics the structured thinking required for effective writing. This exercise aids students in organizing their thoughts coherently, a skill that directly translates to improved writing abilities.

"Hey, What's the Big Idea" is perfectly suited for students looking to enhance their academic performance or engage in friendly competition with peers. The game can accommodate 1 to 7 players and is designed for both cooperative and competitive play. As players race against the clock to categorize ideas quickly, they develop faster processing speeds and decision-making abilities, further enhancing their cognitive development in language arts.

Whether implemented in the classroom to support educational goals or used at home for practice and enjoyment, "Hey, What's the Big Idea" is an essential addition to any educational setting, promoting the development of critical language and writing skills through fun and interactive play.

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Based on 2 reviews
Krystle H.

This is a wonderful and dynamic classroom resource game that stands the test of time and works across multiple disciplines, types of classrooms, and student needs! I love it!

Sarah K.

Fantastic resource for whole group, guided group, or center work. My students love playing it and I enjoy reinforcing a key skill/concept!