Describing Mystery Pictures and Processing Directions Game 2

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Susan Berkowitz
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1st - 5th
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Looking for fun and engaging activities to practice describing, defining, and directing? Practice receptive and expressive language skills of giving and following directions or giving and understanding descriptions with this mystery picture games..


  1. 14 picture scenes full of common objects and people
  2. 14 blank scenes for making your own (for differentiation) or for barrier games
  3. pages of included images
  4. directions

Since this is not a board game, there is no pressure to "finish" in time.

Great fun for students!

Buyers say:

  • My students love how absurd these pictures look and are really engaged in therapy!
  • My students had so much fun locating the pictures!

You might also like more describing resources like Describe Compare Contrast or Foldable Forms for Describing Comparing Contrasting

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45 pages
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