How to Play:
Have you ever lost a pet and hung up a sign with a description and a picture of your pet?? Have your students use the EET to describe “lost” pets!!
-Review the EET (expanding expression tool) with your students
-Hand each student a pet and fold the paper on the dotted line to keep their pet hidden from the other students so there’s NO PEEKING!
-Each student will fill out the “Lost Pet EET” graphic organizer about their pet (Describing their pet).
-The students will then read their Lost Pet EET (clues) out loud and the group members or therapist will guess which pet they “lost”.
There is also a Venn diagram visual and practice sheet provided for students to use after activity.
Game board also included for students to take turns using EET to describe pets
Different dog breeds are included to make the activity more challenging (Bulldog, Dalmatian, Dachshund, Shih Tzu)
The pets included in this activity are: dog, cat, bird, turtle, pony, parrot, chick, fish, rabbit
Also included are different dog breeds to make the activity more challenging (bulldog, Dalmatian, Dachshund, Shih Tzu
One EET Visual
One Lost Pet EET graphic organizer
11 pet pictures with foldable option
Visual Aid with all pets
Visual Aid with different dog breeds
Compare/Contrast Visual Aid
Blank Venn Diagram
Follow-up EET Practice sheet
Visual aid with all pets is included if child needs visual cues