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Barrier Games for Describing and Directing Bundle 1 to 5 for Speech Therapy
Barrier games are often used by speech-language pathologists to increase receptive and expressive language skills, for giving and following directions, as well as comparing and contrasting and describing. They are a fun way for students to work cooperatively to build their skills. This is a bundle
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Barrier Games for Speaking and Listening
This set of 6 barrier games promotes speaking and listening as children must give each other specific instructions in order to match their pictures. Language skills addressed include auditory processing, giving and following directions, requesting clarification and describing with detail. Both rec
$5.50
127 Ratings
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Barrier Games for Speaking and Listening Set 2
This set of 4 barrier games promotes speaking and listening as children must give each other specific instructions in order to match their pictures. Language skills addressed include auditory processing, giving and following directions, requesting clarification and describing with detail. Both re
$4.00
66 Ratings
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Visualization-Language Comprehension & Description Barrier Game
Use this great printable activity for working on the strategy of visualization and with students with language impairment who are working on both receptive and expressive language skills. Activity Includes: 8 color picture scenes of increasing difficulty and complexity Black line drawings for all p
$3.75
10 Ratings
4.0

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Spooky Halloween Barrier Game
Barrier Game to Develop: Expressive Language Language organization Descriptive Language Use and understanding of spatial, temporal, & descriptive concepts Following multistep directions Use of self-advocacy strategies Social Skills (asking clarification, making eye contact) This set contains: 2
$1.00
38 Ratings
3.9

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Describe and Direct with Barrier Games  Build A Face in Speech therapy
Barrier games have long been used by speech-language pathologists for developing language skills. Having a pair of students take turns giving and following directions develops concise directing and describing skills in a fun activity. Students learn to listen carefully, and the therapist/teacher i

Also included in: Barrier Games for Describing and Directing Bundle 1 to 5 for Speech Therapy

$1.25
13 Ratings
4.0

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Barrier Games for Language Pirates and Princesses Set
Barrier games have long been used by speech-language pathologists for developing language skills for giving and following directions using spatial concepts and descriptive concepts. Having a pair of students take turns giving and following directions develops concise directing and describing skills
$2.00
5 Ratings
4.0

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Winter Fun Barrier Game
What is a barrier game? Barrier games are my favorite language activity! Two or more people are required to play. Each person has the same picture scene and pictures with a barrier in between so they can’t see what the other person is doing. Player 1 (Talker) arranges their pictures in their scene a
$1.00
22 Ratings
4.0

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Barrier Games for Speech Therapy Set 2 for expressive language development
Barrier games have long been used by speech-language pathologists for developing language skills for giving and following directions using spatial concepts and descriptive concepts. Having a pair of students take turns giving and following directions develops concise directing and describing skills

Also included in: Barrier Games for Describing and Directing Bundle 1 to 5 for Speech Therapy

$3.00
10 Ratings
3.8

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"Guess My Valentine!" and “Your Heart is in the Right Place" Barrier Game
(Please note: A duplicate copy of each page is provided in this download) Barrier games are great for targeting many areas of speech and language!! Use this game for any of the following.... For language goals • Expressive/receptive understanding of colors, shapes, sizes, quantity, spatial, etc.
$2.00
37 Ratings
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Articulation Barrier Games (R, S, L, TH)
*Updated in July 2018 to include more activities and options, as well as new, bright background scenes. :)Barrier games are a great activity to work on following directions, spatial concepts, memory, and asking for clarification. This packet incorporates specific sounds to target articulation at the
$6.00
28 Ratings
3.9

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Pumpkin Patch Barrier Game
Build expressive and receptive language skills through this fun fall-themed activity! Set includes: 2 picture scenes 2 sets of pictures Helper word list Activity directions/description Language skills targeted: Descriptive language Organization of language Sequential concepts Spatial concepts Fol
$1.00
18 Ratings
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Superbowl Barrier Game- A fun football-themed language activity
This set includes: Description of how to play a barrier game Directions for printing and using this activity 2 copies of football picture scene 2 copies of football pictures What is a barrier game? Barrier games are my favorite language activity! Two or more people are required to play. Each pers
$1.00
20 Ratings
4.0

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Barrier Games for Fall  Giving and Following Directions
Barrier games have long been used by speech-language pathologists for developing language skills for giving and following directions using spatial concepts and descriptive concepts. Having a pair of students take turns giving and following directions develops concise directing and describing skills
$2.50
22 Ratings
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Spring Garden Barrier Game
Great for building expressive and receptive language skills! Are you new to barrier games? Here is a description (which is also included in the product): Two or more people are required to play. Each person has the same picture scene and pictures with a barrier in between so they can’t see what
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Barrier Games for Speech Therapy for Directions and Descriptions Build a Robot
Barrier games have long been used by speech-language pathologists for developing language skills for giving and following directions using spatial concepts and descriptive concepts. Having a pair of students take turns giving and following directions develops concise directing and describing skills

Also included in: Barrier Games for Describing and Directing Bundle 1 to 5 for Speech Therapy

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15 Ratings
4.0

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Barrier Games for Language Development 1
Barrier games have long been used by speech-language pathologists for developing language skills for giving and following directions using spatial concepts and descriptive concepts. Having a pair of students take turns giving and following directions develops concise directing and describing skills

Also included in: Barrier Games for Describing and Directing Bundle 1 to 5 for Speech Therapy

$2.50
23 Ratings
4.0

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Winter Wonderland {barrier games for speech and language therapy}
Use these barrier games to address speech and language skills with your preschool through fifth grade students. Barrier games are a great activity to address a variety of learning targets, including: *vocabulary *giving detailed directions *forming sentences *using describing words *prepositions *f
$3.00
17 Ratings
4.0

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Barrier Games Set 3 Following & Giving Directions Game for Speech Therapy
Barrier games have long been used by speech-language pathologists for developing language skills for giving and following directions using spatial concepts and descriptive concepts. Having a pair of students take turns giving and following directions develops concise directing and describing skills

Also included in: Barrier Games for Describing and Directing Bundle 1 to 5 for Speech Therapy

$1.75
12 Ratings
4.0

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Spring Themed Barrier Game for Oral Communication
This Spring themed Barrier Game is a wonderful addition to your Oral Communication Activities. This package contains 5 backgrounds and 35 different playing pieces to allow you to create a variety of Barrier Games. All backgrounds and pieces are available in both color and black and white! How it

Also included in: Oral Communication Barrier Games - The BUNDLE

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Spot The Difference Barrier Game for Children & Adults - Speech Therapy
Target commenting, questioning, describing, prepositions, naming and sentences with these versatile printables. The formatting makes them appropriate for all ages, including adults. The learner and their partner each hold a page of images that the other can't see. Each page will look very similar,
$3.99
9 Ratings
4.0

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Instant Math Workshop Game:  Fraction Barrier Games (halves, thirds, fourths)
Aligned to 2.G.3, but also a prefect hands-on preassessment or review activity for Third Grade fractions. Barrier games are played by pairs of students. Partner 1 describes items or criteria to Partner 2 so that when the barrier between them is removed, Partner 1's board looks identical to Partner
$1.00
7 Ratings
4.0

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Language Puppet Craftivity and Barrier Game for Speech Therapy
Puppets are powerful tools for teaching a wide range of speech and language skills. Your students will love creating, describing and engaging with these puppets while you’ll enjoy low prep, meaningful instruction! With this language-rich packet, students will easily cut & create stick puppets
$4.00
7 Ratings
4.0

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Barrier Games for Halloween for Receptive and Expressive Language Skills
Barrier games have long been used by speech-language pathologists for developing language skills for giving and following directions using spatial concepts and descriptive concepts. Having a pair of students take turns giving and following directions develops concise directing and describing skills
$3.75
6 Ratings
3.9

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