Many words in English language have more than 1 meaning. For some students with severe language disorders, the ability to learn a limited number of vocabulary words for a larger number of contexts is an advantage. For others with less severe language disorders, this can be confusing. Reading comprehension can be impacted by inability to understand word meanings.
Speech-language pathologists frequently work on multiple meanings in intervention sessions, and these words are part of many ELA classes, as well. Comprehension of multiple meaning words is an achor skill for vocabulary in the CCSS.
Here are 24 cards to be used for assessment or for practice in intervention, in class, or at home. There is a generic game board if the cards are used in a game.
There is an answer sheet and a student response form.
You can find more game boards and language task cards in my TPT store. Some are here: Game Boards & Cards
as well as a bundle of game cards in a money saving set HERE