This kit includes 18 cute drawings of children dressed for the winter weather! They can be used to encourage a number of language goals. I have been using this game with my novice AAC users to encourage them to ask questions ("Does he have"), improve pronoun skills ("She is wearing"), and negation ("He is not wearing a black hat").
This kit can also be used to create worksheets for following directions ("Circle the boy with the blue hat and the red jacket") or other listening comprehension activities.
To create the "Guess Who It Is" game, unzip the document. There are 18 individual jpeg files. Select all of them and print two copies on the size you want. I usually do the four pictures per page. Cut them out and mount them on construction paper. One set should be on blue. The other set should be on white. I like to name my children in the game and write the name on their card. Laminate and cut them out into cards.
To Play "Guess Who It Is":
Lay out the blue cards, face up on the table. With a group of two or more, have a student be "it". That student selects a white card and does not show it to the group. The other students must ask questions to guess who is on the secret card. Through asking questions, choices on the table may be eliminated by turning the card over. For example, if the student asks "Is there a red hat?" and the answer is no, turn over all pictures of children wearing red hats.
Students can try to guess the right answer when it is their turn in the game.
These materials can be modified and used for ages K through 12 as long as the language level is matched.
Hope you enjoy using these pictures. Let me know if you can think of other ways to use them!