This companion set includes both baseball plays AND language stimuli to be used with this Speech and Language Baseball Game
, which is open-ended and perfect for any targets (speech/language or otherwise).
This is the LANGUAGE - LOWER LEVEL companion.
Each of 108 cards includes stimuli for ALL of the following skills:
-concepts (temporal, spatial, qualitative, & quantitative)
-categories (name items within a category)
-compare & contrast
-name the category
Vocabulary within the categories covers a range, but would be ideal for 1-3 grade.
Instead of having students roll dice as in the original game, have them draw cards and make their plays!
Each card contains the play in the middle, and targets for all the language skills color-coded and printed around the sides - just tell each student what color they're looking for and BATTERS UP!
Looking for more skills to target? Check out these versions of the same game:
Language COMPANION (Upper Level)
WH Questions COMPANION
*OR, save over 15%
with the Baseball BUNDLE
, which includes the original game, plus
all 4 companions!
THE DESCRIPTION OF THE ORIGINAL GAME TO WHICH THIS SET IS CONNECTED :
JUST IN TIME FOR SPRING TRAINING!
I'm always looking for and trying to design activities that will work not just for the younger students, but also some of my older speech and language students working on both articulation and language goals.
This game is perfect for both boys and girls in small or large groups and will work across the age ranges!
Have a student complete a task (artic word, language task, etc.), then roll the dice. Use the included Plays Guide to determine what happened when the player was up to bat: single? strikeout? HOME RUN?
For younger students, use the baseball field to track movements around the bases.
For older students, keep score like the pros on the included score sheets.
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