Students with language disorders can have difficulty with formulating explanations or telling what to do. This is a set of 180 game cards for verbal problem solving; an important life and language skill for individuals with developmental and language disorders.
This resource provides an opportunity to practice solving problems, discussing with teachers, group home staff, and even parents what to say and how to act.
I have also added in some questions for telling what items are needed to complete a task, and similar language tasks.
I have compiled 180 game cards (can also be used as task cards in classrooms or Adult Day Programs) with a variety of questions that come up in daily experiences.
Questions include a combination of “What would you do/say if...,” some How and Why questions, “What do you need,” “How do you know,” and “Ask someone..,” for examples.
There is no answer key. Answers are pretty simple for adults, and some may vary depending upon an individual’s context.
I have some other language of life skills resources for adolescents and adults What to Say in the Community
and Placemat Set
and Visual Cues for Narratives