Exclusionary concepts are difficult for students with language delays. This packet is designed to help students improve their comprehension of the concept "not” and help them understand negatives in descriptions.
Packet contains the following:
*36 animal cards (12 red, 12 blue, 12 green)
*48 Level A clue cards – contain 1 negation
*36 Level B clue cards – contain 2 negations
*2 pages of therapy activities to do with packet
*Instructions on how to read clue cards
Although there are numerous activities you can do with this packet, here's the main game you can play:
NOT my Safari Animals! Card Game
Objective = To be the first to flip over all your animal cards.
Game set-up: Shuffle all 36 animals cards and divide evenly among students. Try to vary the color, shape, and safari animal so each student has a variety of colors, shapes, and animals. If cards don’t divide evenly, any extras can be the teacher’s cards. Cards are kept face up in front of each person. (I have the students lay their cards in a pyramid shape, instead of a row, to keep their cards from mixing with their neighbor’s cards.)
How to play: Teacher reads a clue card (choosing Clue Card Set A or B depending on level of difficulty needed). Each student checks their cards to see if they have the animal card that matches all 3 clues. The student that has the described animal card flips that card over.
The first person to flip over all of their animal cards is the winner. If the therapy sessions ends (or all clue cards are read) and no one has flipped over all of their cards, then the winner is the person with the most cards flipped over.
This activity was created by LyndaSLP123.
Graphics by: Clips By Jen http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Slp-Gone-Wild