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Weather Game Bundle: Shout Out, Left-Out, X-Out, Match-It

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Play as you learn: cognitive development through matching and deductive reasoning, social skills as you take turns/follow rules, articulation as you "shout out" matches.

Skills Focus

Language-vocabulary acquisition, cognitive development–memory skills, oral processing. 


  • Shout Out Games (3” and 5”): Race to spot the match
  • X-out Game: Guess who or what the mystery object is using yes/no questions
  • Match-It Games (2” and 3”): A traditional memory game where you find matching pairs
  • Left-Out Games (3 levels in 3”, 5”, and 7”): Test your memory of what images are left-out
  • Storage Boxes for card games
  • Image keys (charts with all images labeled)
  • Image keys (interactive charts with no images labeled)
Total of 24 PDF documents

Images Included (31 images total):

Wind, 0°C, Partly Cloudy, Rain, Fog, Hurricane, and more.

How to Play

Shout Out: (2-6 Players) 31 cards

To play, give one card to each player and place remaining cards in a pile in the center. Each card has one, and only one, match to every other card on the deck. First player to find the match and Shout Out, gets to keep the card. Continue until all the cards are gone. Count each player's cards. The player with the most cards wins.

X-Out: (2 Players)

3 game board options: one 30-object board, two 15-object boards

Guess your mystery object before your opponent guesses theirs.

Each player circles one object in the smaller chart on the left. This is the Mystery Object that their opponent will try to guess.
Starting with the youngest player, each player will take turns asking “yes” or “no” questions to try and figure out the mystery object. For example, they might ask:
            “Is it living?”,

            “Is it red?”, or

            “Do you use it inside the house?”

After your opponent answers, you may be able to eliminate one or more objects. To do so, X-Out the objects by placing an X on the objects which are not your mystery object.
When you have determined your mystery object, use the “yes/no” format on your turn: “Is it _________?” If you are correct, you win!


Place cards face down on a table. The first player turns over two cards. If they match, the player keeps the match and gets another turn. If the cards do not match, the player turns the card back over in the same place he found it. The next player then takes his turn. Play continues until all the matches are found.


Look at the side of a card with the brain background for a few seconds, trying to memorize what images are on the card and where they are. Flip it over to the question mark background side and test your memory to see if you can remember what images are left-out.

World Language:

Print out the image map for each student and have them write the words above the pictures to review. Then play along as listed above. Please see our World Language Translation document to see if the words have already been translated for you to add to your game.

All images and fonts used with CU license and permission.
You will get the following files:
  • ZIP (85MB)
  • ZIP (5MB)
  • ZIP (9MB)
  • ZIP (3MB)