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Easter Barrier Game {revised March 2017}

Easter Barrier Game {revised March 2017}
Easter Barrier Game {revised March 2017}
Easter Barrier Game {revised March 2017}
Easter Barrier Game {revised March 2017}
Easter Barrier Game {revised March 2017}
Easter Barrier Game {revised March 2017}
Easter Barrier Game {revised March 2017}
Easter Barrier Game {revised March 2017}
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Black and white version added March 26, 2017!!
This is played in a similar manner to the Guess Who game.
You will need: 2 copies of the board containing Easter items, 2 copies of the page with the Easter eggs cut out (or bingo chips), 1 file folder.
Give each student a board. Put a barrier (such as a file folder) between them so they can’t see each other’s boards. One student chooses a picture on his/her board. The other student asks yes/no questions until they determine the chosen picture. As each picture is eliminated, cover with one of the egg squares or a bingo chip.

Barrier games are an excellent way to teach descriptive expressive language and question formulation skills. Pragmatics are also targeted with this activity.
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