“I have…Who has” vocabulary,function,category game(The Mouse and Cookie Edition)

“I have…Who has” vocabulary,function,category game(The Mouse and Cookie Edition)
“I have…Who has” vocabulary,function,category game(The Mouse and Cookie Edition)
“I have…Who has” vocabulary,function,category game(The Mouse and Cookie Edition)
“I have…Who has” vocabulary,function,category game(The Mouse and Cookie Edition)
“I have…Who has” vocabulary,function,category game(The Mouse and Cookie Edition)
“I have…Who has” vocabulary,function,category game(The Mouse and Cookie Edition)
“I have…Who has” vocabulary,function,category game(The Mouse and Cookie Edition)
“I have…Who has” vocabulary,function,category game(The Mouse and Cookie Edition)
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~Includes 1) “I have…Who has” vocabulary card game, 2) “I have…Who has” function card game, 3) descriptive language “Roll the Category” game
•The “I have…Who has” vocabulary set includes 15 cards with the items of mouse and a cookie, milk, straw, napkin, mirror, scissors, broom, bucket, mouse’s bed, book, crayon, tape, refrigerator, milk and cookie.
•The “I have…Who has” function set includes the same items but asks “who has” by using the object’s function (“Who has something we wipe our mouth with?”; “I have a napkin, Who has something we see our reflection in?”)
•The “Roll the Category” game has six categories, one for each numbered side of the die. If you roll a one, you describe something sticky, roll a two and describe a dessert, etc. The six categories of description are sticky things, desserts, cold items, items kept in the fridge, small animals, and types of drink. These relate to story items/characters. There is a set of cards as well as a recording sheet to list the items generated for each category.

~Can be used in speech/language therapy and special education lessons as well as in early elementary and preschool classes. Goes along with Laura Numeroff’s story, If You Give A Mouse A Cookie.

~Targets skills including questioning, peer interaction, turn taking, sentence structure, sequencing, object function, descriptive language, categorization, and vocabulary.

Emily Richardson, M.S., CCC-SLP 2012
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