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  • goulash
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    • September 19, 2006, 01:41:40 pm
    • Yeosu
Frozen Board Game
« on: June 11, 2014, 02:56:33 pm »
Hey, It's been a couple of years since I posted something up here, so I figure it's time to share again...

For those of you who aren't completely over Frozen, or just want a board to play with your kids, here's something I created.

The game was designed for fairly high level high school students, but by changing the questions, it can be easily adapted for any level.

Once the kids played the game, I did a continuation of the lesson where the students (in teams) had to choose a topic, (movie, history, music, general trivia... etc.) write questions and answers, then design a board. Once they finished, they could swap it with other groups to play.

Here are the instructions I printed out for my game:

Frozen Board Game Teacher's Directions.

Items needed:

Adobe PDF Viewer
Printer (preferably colour) to print the questions and playing board.
Some sort of marker to keep your team's place on the board. (for editing the questions)


Frozen Boardgame Full .PDF
Frozen  Question Cards3 easy.PDF
Optional file.
Frozen Question Cards.odp (use this one to edit the questions)

This is a board game I created based on Snakes and Ladders. The rules are fairly similar except you have to answer questions before you get to go up the “ladder” (snow flake) , or before you get to roll the dice again after going down a snake (red arrow). Blue squares are ladders, red squares are snakes and orange squares are miss a turn.

Step 1:

Print out the file "Frozen Boardgame Full. PDF" in colour and glue it to some cardboard backing (I laminated mine, but they buckle a bit). One for each group of students.

Step 2:

Open the file, "Frozen Question Cards3 easy.PDF"
This file was created as a presentation and saved in PDF format. To make game cards, open in Acrobat PDF reader →  press File → Print... (not the icon)
Then in here, you should have the option to print more than one “slide” per page. I did 4 across, by 8 rows, but this makes the writing on the cards quite small, so you may wish to have fewer on a page.
Print them, then cut them out so that you can have the answers beside the questions (or fold them to have them back to back)
Answers are underlined. One set of cards per game board.

Step 3: (Optional)

If the questions are too difficult, open the "Frozen Question Cards.odp" in Writer and edit the questions, then export as a PDF and go back to step 2.

Step 4:

Play the game! ^^

Full rules, in English and Korean, and the instructions written here, are in the "Teachers Instructions.doc" file.

I hope you enjoy. Any feedback would be appreciated.

  • goulash
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    • September 19, 2006, 01:41:40 pm
    • Yeosu
Re: Frozen Board Game
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2014, 03:09:40 pm »
Here's a couple of games my kids made.

The Korean map game has questions about Korean history as a theme. (Great way for the kids to study both English and the history they are learning at the moment in school. Could be a cross class project.

The Snake board is themed around colour and has three levels of question, for example,

What colour is this smiley:   :azn: ?

What colour do you get when you mix blue and green?

What colour is Stu Teacher's phone case?

I was quite surprised with how creative the kids could be when given a bit of encouragement.