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 of the Barrier Games sets 1-5: Barrier Games set 1, Barrier Games set 2, Barrier Games set 3, Build a Face and Build a Robot.
The first 3 sets contain visual scenes with lots of great pictures for adding to the scenes while giving and following directions.
See: Set 1 with classroom scenes
Barrier Games Set 2
Barrier Games Set 3
The last 2 sets include face and robot body part graphics that students can use to give/follow directions to create colorful crazy faces and robots.
Like this one Build a Robot
For more fun with giving and following directions, try Following Directions in My Town
I also have more thematic barrier games; such as Halloween, Pirates and Princess, and more.
• Barrier Games for Halloween for Receptive and Expressive Language Skills
• Barrier Games for Language Speech Therapy Pirates & Princesses Set
• Barrier Games for Seasons Fall giving and following directions speech therapy
• Describe Compare Contrast for Speech Therapy Special Ed ELA ESL