This noun-adjective pairing game is a more school-friendly version of the popular game. Children are asked to choose a noun (with photos included) that fits a given adjective. This targets knowledge of adjectives, nouns, and possible game versions which can target antonyms, synonyms, and general vocabulary.
I'm currently a CF and at the beginning of the year I was asking my students what games they would like to play in speech. Apples to Apples was one of the ones mentioned. This looks like a great adaptation for speech!
I used this activity with my middle school resource students. It was fun! They enjoyed it! It helped with their vocabulary, higher level reasoning skills, and they had to explain their answers! All while we were playing a "game"!