This packet is full of adorable clipart and fun activities to fit a farm theme in your speech and language therapy rooms! The packet includes farm BINGO, spatial concepts flashcards, a category matching game, open ended reinforcer pages, and more! Details of each activity are described below:
-BINGO Playing Cards: Pages 4-8
-BINGO Picture Calling Cards: Pages 9-11
-BINGO Description Calling Cards: Pages 12-14
-Choose the calling cards appropriate for the
particular children playing the game, as well as their
oFollowing Directions Coloring
-Coloring Page: Page 15
-Directions: Page 16
-Two versions of directions are provided, a set of
one-step directions and a set of two-step directions.
The child can practice following directions, farm
vocabulary, and descriptive language with this activity.
oSpatial Concepts Flashcards: Pages 17-18
-Teach and review the concepts of below, above, beside,
behind, on, between, left, and right with flashcards. Each
flashcard contains a picture and a sentence incorporating
one spatial term.
oSpatial Concepts Interactive Mat: Pages 19-21
-Print out one set of pictures (pages 20-21) and one mat
(page 19) for each child. The pictures (pages 20-21)
should be cut out into individual pieces. The child can
then practice spatial concepts by placing pictures at the
top and using the sentences below as a guide in order to
describe. Allow the child to manipulate the pictures and
describe their positions until he or she feels comfortable
with the terms.
oFill in the Dots Reinforcer Pages: Pages 22-25
-Have the child fill in the dots with the use of dot
markers, BINGO chips, or coloring to reinforce any goal
o Open Ended Board Game: Page 26
-Help the farm animals get to the barn in this open
ended game in which taking a turn can be a
reinforcement paired with any goal area.
oNaming Items in a Category Cards: Pages 27-29
-On these farm themed cards, a category name is listed
(i.e., desserts) and the child is asked to name items that
belong to that category.
oName that Category Cards
-On these farm themed cards, three items are listed
(i.e., cake, ice cream, and cookies), and the child is
asked to name the category in which the items belong.
oNote: The “Naming Items in a Category” cards and
“Name that Category” cards can be used together to
play a matching game (a match would consist of the
category name and three items that belong in that
oDescription Webs: Pages 33-36
-The students can practice describing, naming
attributes, and using vocabulary to fill in these
description webs about farm animals and barn.
oComparing and Contrasting: Pages 37-38
-Students can then take descriptions of the animals to
the next level by identifying similarities and differences
between them using these webs.