This set includes two Build a Virtual Turkey activities. One is designed for use in individual therapy/lessons and one is designed for use with a group. These can be used as reinforcement with almost any lesson.
These activities are designed for use on an iPad, laptop, PC, or MAC. The materials are not printable materials.
The activity can be used in articulation drill, fluency, or any language activity to reward twenty responses.
To play with an individual:
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The student performs your assigned task (producing a sound, answering a question, producing a sentence using fluency strategies, etc.).
Each time the student provides a correct response he/she should tap/click the turkey footprint sign to add a piece to the turkey.
To play with a group:
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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 sign, he/she taps/clicks the sign to build the first piece of the turkey.
If the student rolls a number other than the number on the sign 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 turkey the next player must roll the number that appears on the sign. If the number on the die matches the number on the sign, tap/click the sign.
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 turkey.
The player that completes the turkey is the winner.
If you like this turkey activity, be sure to check out our spatial relations turkey activity here:
Where is Turkey? Spatial Concepts
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Language Builders Thanksgiving Activity Scene