My game cards for language series is perfect for the SLP who has to work with mixed groups, with multiple targets. Many students with language disorders have difficulty with using adjectives and adverbs - describing words - to add more meaning and complexity to their sentences.
In teaching these types of words, it is important to give students lots of practice with describing ‘what kind’ and ‘how.’
This card deck offers:
• 30 adjectives questions,
• 30 adverb questions, and 30 cards that ask about both within a single sentence. • That is 90 cards in total.
• There are 2 game boards; 1 for adjectives and 1 for adverbs.
• There are 24 clip cards; students determine whether the target word is an adjective or an adverb.
Use them individually as task cards for practice, in groups at the literacy center, in individual or group speech therapy sessions in discrete or game format. You can even send them home for homework.
You can use these alone, or in conjunction with my other card sets in order to practice a wide variety of skills, or target each student’s individual objectives even in a group game format.
Here are some other cards and a set of thematic game boards: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Game-Boards-Cards-for-Language-Bundle_speech-therapy_special-education-827272