Looking for a fun, yet still educational end of the year summer-themed speech therapy activity for your students? Then look no further than this Summer Edition of the classic "I Spy" game! It's an excellent way to help your students expand their descriptive language and receptive language skills.
The game can be played in various ways that address different levels of difficulty for your students.
Place the picture cards face up on the table – these will be the field of choices from which the students can pick. Place the description cards face down in a pile. The student or teacher picks a card from the pile and reads it aloud. The other students need to chose from the picture cards which object was being described.
The description cards are placed face down in a pile. The student or teacher picks a card from the pile and reads it aloud. The other students must state which item was being described.
Items included are: flip flops, beach, seashells, sand toys, sandcastle, beach umbrella, beach ball, ice cream, popsicle, ice cram shop, sunglasses, sunscreen, fireworks, barbecue, hot dog, watermelon, beehive, bee
Hope you have a fun time playing this game!
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