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Students in speech-language therapy practice expressive language skills including categorization, compare/contrast, describe and define, Wh questions, antonyms, and some reading foundation skills
Are you looking for a fun game to build receptive and expressive language skills? Check out this resource with over 130 color coded cards! Hop your way through Spring with a fun language activity for speech therapy that you can tailor to the needs of your students with cards for:
→ categorization (name members, exclusion, name category),
→ Wh- questions (who, what doing, when, where),
→ sentence repetition,
→ What am I? listen to descriptions, and
→ following directions.
☀ 132 cards are color coded (with colored bunnies) to tell what type of skill the student needs to use to respond. Great for mixed groups.
❤️ Use specific cards with specific students, or mix them up into one card pile.
Optional carrot cards allow students to skip spaces or lose a turn.
☀ Includes game board (2pg spread fits file folder), spinner, bunny markers.
Try some of my other language games; including Language Star Game for Expressive Language or