Language games boards are a fun and engaging way to learn concepts, vocabulary and answering questions! 15 game boards in total!
Language game boards included in the product are:
-Adjective Adventures game board-describe an object that matches the adjective (use the picture or name another object that matches the adjective).
-Collective nouns game board-name something that matches the noun
-Categories game board-name 3 things that belong to the category
-Verb walk game board-use the verb to make sentence (or act out the verb!)
-Opposites game board-name the word that is the opposite
-Synonym game board-name a word that has the same meaning
-What is my job game board?-describe the functions/features of the occupation
-More than one meaning game board-name a word that sounds the same but has a different meaning (homonym/homophone)
-Same and different game board-name how the objects are the same and different
-Part to whole game board-name what the pictured object is a part of (the whole)
-What questions game board-answer the what questions
-Who questions game board-answer the who questions
-Where questions game board-answer the where questions
-When questions game board-answer the when questions
-Why questions game board-answer the why questions
Instructions: Print and laminate each game board. If you are planning to use the games with a group of students then print games on A3/poster size to share. Cut out dice and glue together to make a cube. Cut out tokens or use any counters to represent each persons playing piece.
Players choose a token and put it on the starting space. Taking turns each player rolls the number dice and move the amount of spaces necessary. The dice contains numbers 1, 2 or 3 to make sure the students get lots of practice!! Each has a different language task to work on.
Ideal for small groups or individual students. Tried and tested in speech therapy.
Katrina Bevan- Speech Pathologist