Let's Talk! A Conversation Game: Targets Social Language Skills

Let's Talk! A Conversation Game: Targets Social Language Skills
Let's Talk! A Conversation Game: Targets Social Language Skills
Let's Talk! A Conversation Game: Targets Social Language Skills
Let's Talk! A Conversation Game: Targets Social Language Skills
Let's Talk! A Conversation Game: Targets Social Language Skills
Let's Talk! A Conversation Game: Targets Social Language Skills
Let's Talk! A Conversation Game: Targets Social Language Skills
Let's Talk! A Conversation Game: Targets Social Language Skills
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★Why this game?
It imitates natural conversation while providing a visual and something tangible to help visualize the flow of conversation! In addition, it provides practice asking questions, making comments, taking turns, and having a conversation about a variety of topics! Great for social groups or anybody working on social skills.

What does this game include?
●2 pages of 'conversation cards' (i.e.: ask a question, make a comment, make 2 comments, make a comment then ask a question)
●63 conversation topic cards
●9 blank conversation topic cards for customization

★How do I play?
●Make two piles of cards: one for orange cards, one for blue conversation topic cards.
●Have the dealer shuffle 6 blue cards to each player and flip over one orange (topic) card.
●The dealer goes first. He or she should lay down one of their blue cards. See key below for examples:
Comment: I love summer!
Question: What season do you like?
Two Comments: I love summer. I always go to the beach.
Comment + Question: I love going to the beach. Have you ever gone to the beach?
●Play/conversation continues in a clockwise fashion. The next player should lay down a blue card and respond to the first player appropriately.
●If a player gets stuck or responds inappropriately, they have to draw another blue card from the pile and their turn is over.
●The first person to get rid of their hand wins, or just play for fun!

To see more pictures and example pages, check out my blog post about this item here

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14 pages
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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