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I have... Who has...? Picture /L/ Articulation Practice Game- Speech Therapy

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Do your students need practice producing the /L/ sounds? This fun Speech game is great for GROUP therapy. This game is ready to PRINT and PLAY!! I t is made with the non-reader in mind. Every child knows and loves the game “I have… Who has…?”!! With this download students can play the game while practicing correct production of /L/ in all positions of words. It includes one card game set of picture cards to target /L/. They are look “ I have… Who has… ?” cards with pictured /L/ words super imposed on each card. Students are asked to say the item pictured in a sentence each time they take their turn while playing the game. …” I have a lamb. Who has ladder?”. Also included in this download is:

•Directions for game play
•A list of the target words used in order to help the speech language therapist identify the pictured items if necessary.
•A title sheet that can be used as a label for the Ziploc bag that the cards can be stored in.

Print out one copy of "I have... Who has...?" cards. Laminate and cut apart.

(3- 6 players)
-Shuffle cards
-Deal out all of the cards equally amongst children in the group. Any extra cards the speech therapist can take as her own and play along with the children.
-Each player places their cards face up in front of them
-Choose a player to start the game by reading one of his/her cards. Ex." I have a rose. Who has a raincoat?"
-Other players scan their cards and the player that has the card with the answer to the previous question says " I have ( answer), then asks, "Who has (question on their card)?" Cards that are read are placed face down in a discard pile.
-The play continues until one of the players runs out of cards. He/she is the winner!!

** Dividers may be placed between children so that others cannot see each player’s cards. **

popsicle, lime, shell, circle, chocolate, lobster, ladder, lotion, salad, licorice, lamp, letter, calculator, lamb, eyelashes, cheerleader, leaf, necklace, listening, wheelchair, shelf, log, shovel, log cabin, bicycle, broccoli, lunch box, calendar, lemon, lizard, violin, seal, lifeguard, pencil, lettuce, television, ladybug, leopard, celery, lady, whistle, lipstick, snail, telephone, lawn mower, leash, walrus, line, umbrella, castle, lighthouse, tail, baseball, sailboat, stool, light bulb, lock, lion, watermelon, owl, balloon, gorilla, leg, binocular, apple, elephant, ruler, laundry, loaf of bread, skeleton, dolphin, lantern, ambulance, llama, librarian

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