UPDATED 3/5/2015: Changed some pictures and added 4 food item cards!
Grab your chef’s hat! This is a receptive language activity with a restaurant theme. The SLP/teacher acts as the “customer” and calls out 3 items and students have to scramble to fill your order!
To Play: Print out a “tray” for each student. Print a copy of the food items for each student. Laminate all cards and place face-up in the center of the table. SLP/teacher draws a card and calls out the order. Students search for the correct cards to put on their trays and present to the SLP/teacher.
Other Variations: Students can take turns being the customer. The calling cards have pictures, so it would be appropriate for younger kids or non-readers. Provide additional items within categories (name fruits, desserts, etc). Play a barrier game by giving 2 students trays. Have one select items to put on their tray and describe items to the other so they will end up with matching trays.
pg. 3: tray (print one for each student)
pg. 4-5: food items (print one set for each student)
pg. 6-12: 3 food item cards
pg. 13-16: 4 food item cards
pg. 17: blank calling cards
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