Fun at the Fair is a game that targets oral language skills. It can be used in speech/language therapy sessions or in classroom centers. There are 5 sets of cards to work on 5 different skills.
Ticket Cards (Pragmatics)
Each of the ticket cards contains a scenario. The child should read the scenario and then tell how he/she would respond. Target Skill area: pragmatics
Children Cards (Antonyms)
The children cards have antonyms written on them. The students should draw a card and state the antonym in order to keep the card. Target skill area: vocabulary/antonyms
Cotton Candy Cards (Describing)
The cotton candy cards contain an underlined word and 3 descriptive words. The student must tell which of the descriptive words does not describe the noun at the top of the card. Target skills area: vocabulary/adjectives
Pretzel Cards (Verb tenses and Subject-Verb agreement)
Each pretzel card contains a sentence that does not use appropriate grammar. The student must find and fix the error.
Pizza Cards (Articulation)
Each pizza card contains a direction. Students should say a sound/word/sentence (provided by the clinician) while performing the action on the card.
Print all the slides on cardstock or heavy paper.
Cut out the stimulus cards and place them face down in a pile in the designated spots on the game card mats, according to the targeted skills (i.e. all ticket cards together, all cotton candy cards together, etc).
Place the two sides of the game board next to each other on the table.
Students (using pawns from another game), place their pawn on the start car and take turns drawing cards from selected decks before rolling the die to advance on the game board.
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