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Describing and Defining Fruit Salad Game

Describing and Defining Fruit Salad Game
Describing and Defining Fruit Salad Game
Describing and Defining Fruit Salad Game
Describing and Defining Fruit Salad Game
Describing and Defining Fruit Salad Game
Describing and Defining Fruit Salad Game
Describing and Defining Fruit Salad Game
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Here is a great activity to practice describing objects, answering questions, and using attributes! Included in this download are 8 Fruit Cards with open-ended questions, 80 Fruit Cards with yes/no questions, and 48 Fruit Bowl Cards with objects to describe. I have also included one blank page of Fruit Cards so that you can add your own questions and one blank page of Fruit Bowl Cards so you can add your own objects to describe.

There are 2 fun ways to use this activity:

Open-Ended Game
1) Print and cut out all fruit bowl cards.
2) Print one copy of the 8 open-ended question cards (on page 2 of this download) for each student in the group. Cut out the cards.
3) Have each student choose one fruit bowl card. Each student will be describing the object on his/her card.
4) Have each student draw a fruit card and answer the question on the card. If the student needs a hint, you can use some of the yes/no question cards as prompts. When the student answers the question correctly, he/she can put the fruit card in his/her bowl. The first student to collect all 8 pieces of fruit is the winner.

Yes/No Game
1) Print and cut out all fruit bowl cards.
2) Print and cut out all yes/no fruit cards. Each yes/no card corresponds with one of the open-ended questions. For example, the open-ended question on the apple card is “How does the object feel?” so all yes/no cards with an apple are questions about feel/touch/texture such as “Is the object soft?”
3) Have each student choose one fruit bowl card. The student will be answering questions about the object on his/her fruit bowl.
4) Have each student draw a yes/no card and answer the question on the card. If the answer is “yes,” then the student can put the card in his/her fruit bowl. Your students can see how many pieces of fruit they can collect in each bowl.

Graphics from www.scrappindoodles.com and www.mycutegraphics.com

Activity by Lauren Laur, CCC-SLP
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26 pages
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