This Build a Frog & Friends activity can be used as reinforcement with a group in almost any lesson.
The activity can be used in articulation drill, fluency, or any language activity in which students are required to take turns responding.
You will need a single 6 sided die and the worksheet, word/vocabulary lists, or language activity of your choice.
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Select a player to provide a response for the task you have
selected to address.
The player performs the assigned task (producing a sound, answering a question, producing a sentence using fluency strategies, etc.).
The player rolls the die. If the player rolls the same number as the number that is on the raindrop, he/she taps/clicks the raindrop to build the first piece of the frog.
If the student rolls a number other than the number on the raindrop he/she loses a turn. DO NOT tap/click the screen. Play proceeds to the next player.
In order to add a piece to the frog the next player must roll the number that appears on the raindrop. If the number on the die matches the number on the raindrop, tap/click the raindrop.
Continue taking turns performing a task/responding until a player matches the number.
Each time a player matches a number he/she may tap/click to add to the frog.
The player that completes the frog and friends scene is the winner.
NOTE: This activity can be used with any task , but we originally designed this activity for use with our Quick Checks for Articulation and Quick Checks for Language Series. Using our Quick Check cards allows every student in the group to address his/her own specific articulation sound or language skill.