This is a receptive language activity to use with the adapted population. I created an adapted bingo game designed for non-verbal children whose cognitive abilities enable them to hear a description of an item (the bingo "call card") and locate the picture of the item on a bingo card, then mark it with a token. The pictures were taken from SymbolStix Prime. I have provided a document of 39 cue cards with pre-written descriptions of the pictures. Print the cue cards, and cut each row out. Fold each cue card in half so the picture is on the opposite side of the matching description, then laminate. If a child does not understand the description when called, you can remove your hand from the back to reveal the picture being described on the back of the cue card. There is also a set of four communication cards for each child to use as needed throughout the game, print each card and laminate it. Each bingo card is different allowing for four players, and you can use bottle caps or buy cheap Bingo chips on amazon here to use as markers.