What's For Supper? - contents: game board, student's checklist, 9 restaurant menus, 45 situation question cards. Use this game to address higher level language and social skills as well as articulation, voice and fluency carryover. While playing this game your students will discuss socially appropriate restaurant behavior and practice ordering from various types of restaurants, from a hot dog stand to a gourmet restaurant. This game is appropriate for older elementary through high school students. Sample questions: Why should you wash your hands before you eat? What should you do if someone asks you a question and you have food in your mouth?
Picnic - To play this card game the players must try to fill up their baskets with the needed items! While playing they must watch out for ants and bears that want to eat their food!! This game provides a fun way to discuss food vocabulary!